Sea & Mountain Adventures is a family-owned company which has hosted top-quality events in the wilderness of Nuuksio since 1994 and in the peninsula of Porkkala since 2008. Our idyllic log cabins Villa Kotkankallio in Porkkala and Karhunpesä and Safaritalo in the national park of Nuuksio offer relaxing places for meetings and get togethers, in the peace of wilderness.
Villa Kotkankallio has a functional premises for meetings and festivities. A meeting room for 30 persons is attached to a cozy cabinet with an opean fire place for 10 persons. Our dining room is also suitable for meetings or parties for about 40 people. The upper floor has spaces suitable for team work if required. The Finnish cuisine and the surrounding archipelago has inspired us to create a variety of menus which makes your mouth watering. Our wine list and Finnish brewed beer completes these tastes. Villa Kotkankallio is fully licenced.
In Sjundby’s ice cream you get only pure tastes of real Finnish garden and forest berries, no added artificial flavors, they are totally foreign to us. The ice cream is lactose-free and additive-free. It is hand made in Siuntio and is available in many shops, restaurants and cafés between Hanko and Helsinki. This berry delicacy ice cream just might be the best you have ever tasted!
Information and orders: SE-Action Oy Tel. 09 – 256 4040 E-mail: email@example.com www.sjundbyn.fi
Sjundby Manor is an authentic medieval stone castle, and it is presumably the oldest inhabited building in Finland still in use today. The history of the manor involves guests from all lines of life, such as royal guests from Sweden, famous finnish artist Helene Schjerfbeck, as well as Soviet soldiers, and perhaps also some ghosts. This long and exciting history can be explored in the summer with guided tours organized by SE-Action, or pre-arranged private guided tours for groups. Welcome to explore the life of the manor!
The restaurant Artalli is located in Siuntio, in the midst of nature by the shore of Lake Vikträsk, only 40 kilometres from the center of Helsinki. We welcome you by previous appointment all year round. Artalli is the restaurant connected with the activities of company Vapaaherranelämää offering fishing trips and boat tours in the archipelago. Our tours start by the Artalli sauna and takes you on to the scenic lake, the lush shores of the Pikkala river and all the way out into the dramatic archipelago.
We have several different kinds of boats to cater for all needs, including maritime programmes for big groups. Our flagship is ”the Pike”, an open deck boat, equipped with two 250 hp engines, side imagin sonars, best fishingear etc.
Boat can accommodate 10 fishermen to catch all types of fish with different tecniques, mostly by spinning reels / casting.
Your host, captain and fishing guide is Mr Henrik ” Roope” Rehbinder, who was elected the Fishing Guide of the year in 2015. Roope is also famous for participating in many food related TV-programmes.
The price for an exclusive conference day for 10 persons starts at €200.00 per person. Included in the price is conference venue and equipment, a fishing tour, the use of the sauna and the hot bathtub and finally a delicious meal to finalize the day with Roope.
A day tour with our well equipped ”normal size” boat costs from €600.00. The BIG boat takes you on an ”all in” fishing tour, costing from € 900.00.
Please contact us and we will organize a day of your choice including a suitable amount of fishing combined with a lovely time in the Finnish countryside.
Villa Sofia is a good place for getaway from the daily life. Our location in an island gives you the feeling of being detached from normal daily routines and the busy life. The tranquility of archipelago and the harmony of surrounding nature has certain healing effects which everone can easily find out themselves.
Villa Sofia is located in a small village of Barösund where you can also find (during the summer time) a minimarket, restaurant, cafeteria and guest harbour.
Ragvalds Open Air Museum – local history and cultural flora
Ragvalds Open Air Museum is located along the route of old King’s Road, only 1½ kilometres from downtown Kirkkonummi. The rustic history of Ragvalds goes back to the 16th century. The surroundings, artefacts and building stock of farmstead have remained untouched from the latest modern amendments.
Parenthesis in Ragvalds
Ragvalds belonged to the area of Soviet naval base during 1944-1956. In the Porkkala Parenthesis Exhibition one can get acquainted with the evacuation of region in 1944, life in and during the naval base era and the ambience felt in 1956 when the area was ceded back to Finland. Exhibition consists of old photographs and documents and items found from the area.
Adults and children welcome!
Museum is open during summer Saturdays, on other times via pre-arrangement. One can explore the flora of the area spontaneously. It is advisable for the groups to arrange visits beforehand.
The entrance fee for the Ragvalds Open Air Museum is 2 € for adults.
Opening hours: 1.6.-31.8. on Saturdays 11am to 3pm