Kaarma ( German: Karmel ) is a rural municipality in the Estonian Saare County with an area of 400 km ². It has 4411 inhabitants (4 November 2010).
Kaarma is located in the central and southern part of the island of Saaremaa. The administrative center is the island's capital, Kuressaare. The municipality comprises the villages Abruka, Aste alevik, Aste küla, Anijala, Ansi, Asu, Aula Vintri, Eikla, end position, Haamse, Hakjala, Hübja, Irase, Jootme, Jõe, Kaarma, Kaarmise, Kaisvere, Kasti, Kaubi, Kellamäe, Keskranna, Keskvere, Kiratsi, Kirikou, Koidu, Koidula, Kudjape, Kuke, Kungla, Käku, Kärdu, Laadjala, Lahe, Lao, Lilbi, Maleva, Meedla, Metsa, Mullutu, Muratsi, Mõisa, Mändjala, Nasva, Nõmme, Paimala, Parila, Piila, Praakli, Põllu, Pähkla, Pärni, Randvere, Saia, Sepa, Sikassaare, Tahula, Tamsalu, tolli, Tõrise, Toru, Uduvere, Unimäe, Upa, Vaivere, Vantri, Vats, Vestla, Viira and OHA. For the rural municipality includes the islands Abruka, Väike Tulip, Vahase and Kasselaid.
Worth seeing are the built in the 13th century in Gothic style church of Kaarma and the St. Michael the Archangel Orthodox Church consecrated by Piila from the year 1873.
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