• Lapland – The North Of Finland

Where to go?

Explore the various destinations of Lapland

  • Lapland-Rovaniemi


    Rovaniemi is the capital of Finnish Lapland and the hometown of Santa Claus. 
Located on the Arctic Circle, Rovaniemi provides modern services and lots of 
activities year round. 
  • Lapland-Levi


    Levi offers a pace of life that will make your holiday an experience – it begins gently in the morning and throbs in the evening to the sound of dance music. There’s no risk of running out of things to do.
  • Lapland-Yllas


    Ylläs is a true wonderland in any season. Experience peace of mind, skiing cross country or on the slopes, culinary enjoyment, good company, fun and entertainment. It's all arranged for you.
  • Lapland-Saariselka


    Saariselkä–Ivalo–Inari is Europe's northernmost holiday resort where travellers can experience the mystery of Lapp culture. Enjoy the fantastic outdoor activities with modern facilities and genuine hospitality.
  • Lapland-Ruka


    Ruka–Kuusamo–Posio is a new adventure every time. This is a region of abundant wildlife, outstanding nature and unique gourmet experiences.
  • Lapland-Kemi


    Kemi–Tornio invites you to experience exciting town life with the sea, history and modern conveniences nearby. See the archipelago, go rafting or sailing, or spend a day across the border in Sweden.
  • Lapland-Utsjoki


    Utsjoki offers a natural environment where you can slow down. The vibrant Sami culture, glowing in the northern light of the Arctic Ocean, is full of stories, things to see and experiences for everyone.
  • Lapland-Enontekio


    Enontekiö is located at the intersection of three national borders close to the Arctic Ocean. Here you can conquer the great fells and enjoy the charm of the authentic Sami culture at your own pace.
  • Lapland-Kilpisjarvi


    Kilpisjärvi and its great fells are part of Finland’s national heritage. Even on the Lappish scale, 
this region offers something mystical that other areas can only dream about. 
Visit the only arctic village in Finland any season of the year.
  • Lapland-Muonio


    Muonio–Olos–Pallas is a cluster of blue highlands in an area that has the cleanest environment in Europe. It is a splendid place to enjoy a relaxing holiday and explore nature in every season.
  • Lapland-Salla


    Salla – the place to breathe the fresh air and see the beauty of the wilderness. Here you can swim in a crystal-clear lake, walk in the white forest, feel the magic of the polar night and enjoy an open fire.
  • Lapland-Pyha


    Pyhä–Luosto visitors can enjoy Finland’s southernmost fell range in a national park. It's a diverse region that offers unhurried atmosphere, genuine Lapp culture and modern services for anybody ready for an adventure. 
  • Lapland-Kemijarvi


    Kemijärvi–Suomu, located in the heart of the wilderness, provides opportunities especially 
for country and downhill skiers. Traditionally the region is a reindeer husbandry area 
which makes it a popular place for families and animal lovers.
  • Lapland-Syote


    Syöte–Taivalkoski is the place for you whether you want to relax in the absolute silence and peace of nature, enjoy breathtaking views, or feel a rush of adrenaline on the well-groomed slopes.

Lapland – The North Of Finland

Best of Lapland

a few things everyone should know about Lapland

Mad about arctic winters

Mad about arctic winters

Lapland is the perfect place to rest and relax, and the further up north you go, the better you understand the uniqueness of Lapland.

Finnish Lapland is immense – as the fells begin to rise around you in every direction, you will find serenity unlike anywhere else on earth.

In Finnish folklore, an element of mystery is associated with Lapland, the country’s northernmost province. Experience the spirituality of Lapland and you will never be the same.

Ski Lapland

Ski Lapland

The round fells of Finland’s main ski area, Lapland, offer varying terrain for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels.

The largest ski resorts are all found in the fells of Lapland with a skiing season lasting as long as six months – even until early May.

The summer in Lapland is short but the summer days are long – in the northernmost part the Midnight Sun stays up for more than 70 consecutive days.