Archipelago Tales

Summer is a traditional season for tourism and travel in the Finnish archipelago. Museums, shops, accommodation, restaurants and churches are all open and ready for individual and group visitors. Nature is lush and beautiful in this season, and weather is usually pleasantly warm, not too hot nor too cold.

Spring and fall are also good seasons to visit the archipelago, especially late spring and early fall. The region is peaceful but everything is still available according to request for groups. There is less traffic and you get to experience the starry night sky and deep silence and soundscape of the island region.

Darkness comes early during the fall and winter, but this is not a bad thing. Atmosphere, open skies and dark waters relax the mind and body. Cottage accommodation with fireplace, sauna and some daily activity outside in nature, are a memorable experience for travelers coming from crowded countries.

COVID-19:
 The pandemic is not a hinderence to group travel, when group size is managed and safe distance and hygiene is taken care of.  

Pargas: Modern & Medieval

Nagu harbor

Nauvo - Heart of The Archipelago

Korppoo - Island Around a Village

Best of Kimito Island

Seili - Island of Souls

Turu - Island City

Kimito Ironworks - Hipster & Historical