Welcome to the Official Travel Site of Finland
Finland may be a long way from Hawaii but the surf's up in this Nordic country.
If the Finnish archipelago and long Baltic coast make you think about beautiful summer days filled with sailing and boating, you are definitely on the right track. But the Finnish coast invites you for many great experiences throughout the year.
If Finland is one of the world's best kept secrets then Gunnarsstrand is a secret within a secret. Meet Pelle, the beachcomber artist who has lived there all his life.
Spend the night in a lighthouse to discover genuine peace of mind.
In Porvoo and Fiskars you have an opportunity to experience B&B in rustic romantic style.
Finland’s Baltic coast with its tens of thousands of islands is a perfect travel destination for anyone looking for a sailing experience with a difference.
Yyteri - have a go at the many activities or simply relax and enjoy the long, shallow beach.
Bengtskär is the tallest lighthouse in the Nordic countries. Paula Wilson, the lighthouse keeper there, explains the magic of the historical building and its surroundings.
Shaped by the Ice Age, the Turku archipelago consists of over 20,000 islands and islets.
A 16-hour-drive from tip to tip, 10 official tourist routes, varying landscapes and white nights. Every car tour of Finland is a unique, self-made adventure.
Conveniently accessible by a ferry, and the 20-minute ride gives one an immediate taste of the relaxed pace of life on the island.
Besides the historic town of Porvoo, the area is also home to some of the most beautiful manor houses and ironworks in Finland.
In the summer the city overflows with events and festivals: tango, middle age, music, theatre, art, design and much more.
If Helsinki is sassy and modern, Turku is more folklore and retro offering small but most interesting labels.
Inspirational return to an industrial era - only an hour’s drive away from Helsinki.
One of the best-kept secrets for perfect cycling conditions in Finland.
The fast rate of uplift in a group of islands in western Finland has earned them UNESCO World Nature Heritage recognition.
Get around by bicycle - bridges and small ferries take you from one island to the next. Choose from campgrounds, cottages, bed & breakfasts and rooms in private homes where to stay.
Whether sightseeing, relaxing, or getting active is your thing, Åland is definitely worth a visit. Everything happens by the sea, naturally.
Known for its long tradition in bobbin lace-making and the well-preserved wooden buildings of Old Rauma.
A fresh and delicious taste of the Archipelago.
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