Located on Cape Saxby on the western shore of the island of Vormsi, this cast-iron lighthouse manages traffic through the Hari Straight, between Väinameri and the Gulf of Finland.
Cast-iron modular lighthouses were erected on both Kihnu and Vormsi islands in 1864, but frequent fogs and a growing forest meant that the latter 17-meter tower was far too short. A 7-meter taller copy was ordered from the Liepaja factory, while the old lighthouse was moved to the island of Vaindloo. Despite the numerous wars, the lighthouse compound has been well-preserved. A residence, kerosene shed and well from 1864 survive to this day.