Finland’s untouched and pristine nature is at the core of Finnish life and its sanctity is paramount for all Finns – and visitors alike, we hope. Living sustainably and in harmony with the environment is deep-rooted here and is an essential element of responsible travel.
If you’re looking for greener and more sustainable companies and destinations in Finland, look no further. On this page, you’ll find the destinations and companies that have been awarded the Sustainable Travel Finland label by Visit Finland.
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Maretarium is a public aquarium with Finnish fish species and a information centre about Finnish lakes and the Baltic Sea. Besides aquarium tanks Maretarium offers nature films, nature photo exhibitions, Hall of Fame of Finnish fishery, nature school, souvenir shop Meripuoti and Meri Café Kristina.
Sallatunturin Tuvat is a family company in the Eastern border of Finnish Lapland, in the heart of Salla ski and holiday resort. We offer accommodation with 64 cottages, cozy à la carte restaurant Kiela with modern Lappish delicacies and exciting snowmobile safaris with Arctic Circle Safaris.
Café of the Silent People and Meadow cottage -restaurant offers an unforgettable experience. Fire-brewed coffee and delicious butter-baked Finnish crepes invite you in. Lunch Buffet is available every day during mid-summer and all year round for groups. Meeting the Silent People, locals is unique.
Nukula, family-run guesthouse, which offers wellness and accommodation, is located by Lake Päijänne far away from the city and traffic noises. We cherish our customers with delicious homemade food and smooth sauna baths. We take care of our place and its surroundings with love and responsibility.
Hotel Kirikeskus is a small hotel locating on the strand of lake Kirintö, which has very clean water and sandy beach. Hotel is surrounded by forest and there fore it provides to our clients a peaceful place to enjoy their holiday close to the nature. Kiri ski piste locates in the neighborhood too.
Helsinki is the busiest passenger port in Europe, and the Port of Helsinki Ltd creates a seamless framework for sea traffic. The Port is Finland’s leading general port for foreign trade and serves the well-being of the whole country and has significant positive effects to the economy and employment.