Teijo Ironworks village
The idyllic Teijo ironworks village is located at the seashore next to Teijo National Park and close to the city of Salo. The village brilliantly combines diverse natural beauty with cultural heritage and a vibrant village community.
The immediate proximity of the sea, the 18th century manor milieu, the rolling, forested landscape of Teijo National Park with its rocks, lakes, and rapids, and the versatile range of services, culture, and events provided by the village all come together to make Teijo a unique destination.
Culturally and historically, the most significant regional sights are found right in the middle of the village: the Teijo stone church, the rococo-style Teijo Manor with its outbuildings, and the old blast furnace of Teijo ironworks.
Just a stone’s throw away lies the fairytale-like Sahajärvi Nature Reserve that consists of the former parks and forests of the manor and is known as the pearl of
the national park.
All year round, there is much to see and experience for the entire family:
art exhibitions at Gallery Teijon Masuuni, handicrafts and Christmas markets, Teijo’s Midsummer festivities, and an old time market.
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