Vesitükimaa (English: Bit of Waterland) is a small, uninhabited Estonian islet located in Torgu Parish, at the tip of Sõrve Peninsula of Saaremaa island. It is a site of European Community importance for the Boreal biogeographical region, its coordinates are and its territory is 12,6 km2. 
The reserve area covers 160.5 hectares, of which 10.8 hectares is land and 149.7 hectares sea. The closest village to Vesitükimaa is Tehumardi, located on the narrowest strip of Saaremaa – the neck of the Sõrve Peninsula.
Vesitükimaa islets and the tip of Sõrve Peninsula were placed under protection in 1971 because of its geological, botanical and orinthological importance. The Estonian Geological Institute has carried on long-term studies on many of the islets, including Vesitükimaa. The islets are also a favored nesting area for sea birds, especially for several species of sea gulls. Swans can be seen here as well as other birds. The area is off limits to visitors during the nesting season, from April 1 to July 1.
- Commission Decision 2010/46/EU of 22 December 2009 adopting, pursuant to Council Directive 92/43/EEC, a third updated list of sites of Community importance for the Boreal biogeographical region
- Estonia: Saaremaa + Muhu - sightseeing tour[permanent dead link]
- Tehumardi Puhkekeskus
- Saaremaa: Island of the Baltic Sea
|This Saare County location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|