The coast and archipelago region of Finland boasts an incredible array of local goodies. Vegetables such as leeks, cabbages and carrots are widely available throughout the autumn season, along with plenty of local fish including pike, perch and trout. One way to enjoy these delights is to hit a local harvest market. Visit Haymarket, a Vaasa-based Halloween market fit for the whole family, for premium local producers offering meat, vegetables and exquisite bread and baked goods along with traditional handicrafts. You can also feed and pet adorable goats and lambs. Another farmer’s market to try is in Tammisaari. Held in September, this market attracts close to 30,000 visitors annually and features some 270 sellers. It also has two funfairs onsite. Finally, don’t miss the Lohja Apple Carnival. This seasonal event takes place in the idyllic inner yard of the Lohja Museum and offers something for everyone. Stop by to peruse plenty of harvest-inspired stalls offering tasty baked goods, local handicrafts and of course, the stars of Finnish autumn, fresh apples.