The Barö is an ecologically built, high-class archipelago hotel in the Barösund region of Inkoo, in the heart of the world’s most magnificent archipelago. The diverse and unique archipelago of the Gulf of Finland, pure nature, the sea, old trees and local stories dating back to the Viking Age entices visitors from the very first moment.
As our guest, you will enjoy a personalised, warm and memorable experience both at the hotel and at our restaurant. The surrounding nature together with the available selection of diverse activities and services create a unique experience combining nature and luxury.
The Barö is in an excellent location; less than an hour from Helsinki airport, port and city centre, and less than two hours from Turku airport, port and city centre. The Bärosund guest harbour is located on the neighbouring island of Orslandet that visitors can get to on a ferry that runs every 20 minutes.
We would like to warmly welcome you as our guest just as you are: as unique as The Barö.
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.
During summer Sjundby Manor’s old granary turns into a small café. The café serves pastries that can be enjoyed with organic coffee, and of course the place’s title ice cream, Sjundby’s Ice Cream. The café is located right by a beautiful river and small rapids, and also wonderful cycling and paddling routes pass by it. Welcome to an atmospheric coffee break!
Address: Sjundbyntie 251, 02580 Siuntio Reservations and inquiries:: SE-Action Oy Tel. 09 256 4040 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.seaction.com
You can conveniently rent equipment from Canoe Center in Pikkala, and head for a paddling trip either to the magnificent archipelago of Siuntio or to the always calm and beautiful Siuntio River. The Canoe Center has canoes, single and double kayaks and SUP boards available for renting, and by participating in our kayaking course, you will be equipped also with skills to make paddling your nice and safe new hobby.In addition to Siuntio, Inkoo and Espoo, we organize guided kayaking trips also at lakes around Fiskars Ruukki. And at the end of the paddling day at Siuntio, you may want to relax and enjoy for example some delicious Sjundby ice cream on the terrace of the Canoeing Center. Welcome to paddle with us
Canoe Center in Siuntio Address: Störsvikintie 140, Siuntio Info and reservations: SE-Action Oy Tel. +358 9 256 4040, +358 45 877 3854 E-mail: email@example.com www.seaction.com
You can conveniently rent equipment for your paddling trip from the Canoe Center right in the heart of Inkoo town. By paddling you can then explore the extremely beautiful archipelago of Inkoo, and suitable destinations can be found for both day trips and longer, multi-day trips. SUP-boarding is also possible, and it is ideal for nearby excursions. The rental always includes good instructions right at the start, so itis easy also for beginners to get to know kayaking safely. And by participating to our kayaking course, you will be equipped with skills that prepare you for a really nice new hobby. In addition to Siuntio, Inkoo and Espoo, we organize guided kayaking trips also at lakes around Fiskars Ruukki area. Welcome to the Inkoo archipelago!
Canoe Center in Inkoo Address: Ola Westmanin puistotie 1, 10210 Inkoo Info and reservations: SE-Action Oy Tel. 09 256 4040, 046 5883189 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.seaction.com
The Igor museum is situated in the very centre of Degerby. Degerby village in itself is worth a closer visit after visiting the museum.
Here we have a church, a school, a guild hall, and some well-equipped shops an also an international airstrip. All this surrounded by one of the most beautiful cultural landscapes along the southern coast. A landscape eminently pictured by Leena Lehtolainen from Degerby in her trilogy about Hilja Ilveskero. The translation rights have been sold to both Germany and the United States. An additionally a movie is under way.
Please, do not pass the opportunity of visiting the village that is more than a village.
Information concerning Degerby, please contact the Village council which runs the Degerby Igor-museum.
A Porkkala museum in Degerby? Love knows no borders! Where was the world`s longest railwaytunnel?
Not even all Finns are aware of the fact that the Porkkala area was leased to the Soviet Union in 1944-1956. And the fact that Soviet leased such a large area, about 1000 squarekilometres, still surprises. That is why visitors arriving at the Degerby Igor museum also often ask why the museum is situated outside the area that once was the Soviet naval base. As a matter of fact Degerby, nowadays belonging to the Inkoo community, was the western most part of the base.
The museum is run by the Degerby village council and offers a lot of information about how the naval base affected ordinary Finnish people who were forced to leave the area, Soviet citizens who were sent here – and what the lease meant for the sovereignity of Finland.
We update our exhibitions every year. This is fairly easy as we constantly learn more. Now we can e.g. present the story about how the naval base was armed for a nuclear war and the story of Igor. We also tell about the Lotta Svärd–organization – a pure Finnish invention – and about a Soviet couple who married thanks to the lease.
In the yellow house we tell about the longest then train tunnel in the world – the Porkkala railway. In the museum shop you can find souvenirs, books and handicraft.
Opening hours: 1.6.– 31.8. Tuesday – Saturday 11-16. In September-November and March-May Saturdays 12-16 and always by agreement. Group visits should be booked in advance.
EK Event provides tourism services throughout the Western Uusimaa (Archipelago) region either with pre-scheduled, themed travel packages or a taylor-made package just for your group.
The mission of EK Event is to develop equal tourism. Already most of the company’s day trips are also suitable for accessible tourists. The goal is to enable as many natural and a cultural attraction for an accessible traveler either so that the traveler himself or herself can reach the destination itself or by using technology to reach the destination interactively.