Finland - a boating paradise for kids
Sailing and boating are both very much family activities in Finland. Especially during the holiday season, most Finnish boats carry crews of eager youngsters. Here are the six top reasons why you should bring your children too!
The Essentials of (Summer) Cottage Life
The cottage is an institution in Finland. In the holiday seasons, Finns flock to the countryside for quietness and relaxation at cosy hideouts.
Finland’s ‘Ten Most Beautiful Landscapes’
A Finnish nature photographer listed the most impressive Finnish landscapes.
When Finland’s waters freeze over, tour skaters grab their blades and head out to the open.
The forested landscape is dotted with patches of water so numerous they have earned Finland the nickname “the land of the thousand lakes”.
Take a (slow) boat into the heart of Finland
Before the age of the car, the waterways were the highways of the Lakeland. Still today, the best way to enjoy and explore these parts of Finland is from a boat.
Timeless summer memories from photographer Martti Jämsä´s summer house.
Running and rowing under the midnight sun
Taking advantage of the magical midnight sun, each year tens of thousands of people join some of the world’s largest, oldest and most well-known running and rowing events in Finland.
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