Levi is a micro city developed around a ski resort in the village of Sirkka in the Kittilä municipality in Western Lapland, 180 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle.

In Levi, being impressed by the natural surroundings is inescapable: from river valleys and frozen lakes up to the fells with spectacular views over the Lappish landscape, Levi is all about northern nature at its best.

During the winter months, from mid-November to mid-May, Levi is Finland’s most popular ski resort with a total of 44 runs serviced by 28 lifts.

meetings in the wild

As for meetings and conferences, Levi offers fully equipped premises for all your needs. The venue may be a large conference room in the lively mountain town or a quiet cabin in the wilderness.

There is plenty of accommodation available: Levi has over 24,000 beds to choose from; 460 rooms in five hotels as well as thousands of apartments, all equipped with private saunas.

A plethora of activities

Natural beauty, wildlife, varying terrain and the Northern Lights make Lapland and Levi special. Snowmobile safaris, reindeer sleigh rides and sled dog tours are exciting ways to enjoy the natural offerings. For those fancying a bit of the extreme, arctic diving – scuba diving under the ice – should do the trick.

After an eventful day, Levi’s famous nightlife with some 40 restaurants caters for all tastes in terms of drinks and food. For those wishing to unwind, a spa with beauty treatments and well-being services is right in the centre of Levi.


In Lapland, swapping the hustle and bustle of ski resorts and cities to the peace and quiet of the wilderness takes mere minutes.