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Salme Parish is in Saare County, Estonia. It contains the northern half of the Sõrve Peninsula of the island of Saaremaa.
Besides the small borough Salme there are 24 villages: Anseküla, Easte, Hindu, Imara, Järve, Kaimri, Kaugatoma, Läätsa, Lahetaguse, Länga, Lassi, Lõmala, Lõu, Metsalõuka, Mõisaküla, Möldri, Rahuste, Suurna, Tehumardi, Tiirimetsa, Toomalõuka, Ula, Üüdibe, Vintri.
Prior to 1936, the municipality was called Abruka. During the Second World War, the Battle of Tehumardi took place in Salme. The location is marked by a 21-metre Soviet monument.
- The Salme shipfind - a clinker-built ship with the remains of seven persons was found autumn 2008.
Coordinates: 58°09′41″N 22°14′59″E / 58.16139°N 22.24972°E