Orjaku Harbour has 40 berths and can accommodate five caravans. The harbour is located near a nature reserve. It has been a fishing spot since as early as the 17th century. In 1912, the Russian government started construction works to turn the harbour into a naval base for the mine laying fleet of the Imperial Russian Navy.
In summer, there is a café and village centre open in the harbour, where you can get acquainted with exhibitions, purchase local handicrafts, use the public internet, and ask for tourist information about Hiiumaa sights and events.
There are several hiking trails near the harbour. The area is also popular with birdwatchers.