Destinations

Our main destinations offers a wide range of activites. In Sea Lapland You can experience the arctic Ice Breaker cruise or sleep in the World’s Greatests SnowCastles SnowHotel. In Rovaniemi you can meet the real Santa, and in addition to ski in Lapland skiresorts you can enjoy of Spa and wellness, shopping and well dining. Northern Sweden offers wild experiences; you can visit in Western Farm or overnight in a treehotel. Quite special, isn’t it?

Sea Lapland

Sea-Lapland area is located in southern Lapland, the Gulf of Bothnia. Sea Lapland comprises five municipalities, which are Kemi, Keminmaa, Simo, Tornio and Tervola. In Sea-Lapland area therte flows also three salmon rivers; Kemijoki, Simojoki and the Tornio River. The region has a clean and beautiful nature with its sea view and the sparkling rapids. In winter, Sea Lapland is known for its wide range of activities, such as Sampo Icebreaker cruise, or visit of the SnowCastle´s fascinating world. There is also a chance to experience the joys of winter, husky dogs and reindeer sleigh rides.

Kemi

Kemi is a city of almost 23 000 inhabitants. Kemi lies within easy reach, thanks to excellent connections It is easy to come and fall in love with Kemi. You can reach it by air, rail or road - all roads lead to Kemi.
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Tornio-Haparanda

For centuries Tornio has been the gateway to Lapland. Its success as a trading and market venue stems from its excellent location in the middle of the Bothnian Arc where the River Tornionjoki flows into the Bothnian Bay.
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Keminmaa

Keminmaa is located in the far end of the Bothnian Bay spreading out on the both sides of the River Kemi and it has the population of ca. 9000 inhabitants. Through the Keminmaa area flows the longest river in Finland
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Tervola

Kemi River flows through the scenic Tervola and many of its tributaries offers excellent opportunities for a wider range of activities.
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Simo

The southermost municipality of Lapland borders the Gulf of Bothnia about 25 km from Kemi and 80 km from Oulu.
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Rovaniemi

Rovaniemi

The Capital City of Lapland Rovaniemi is a unique destination both with respect to location and services.
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North of Sweden

Boden

Boden is located in Sweden's northernmost region, about 110 km below the Arctic Circle and right on the path into the land of the midnight sun.
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Luleå

A centre for growth, Luleå is situated in the province of Norrbotten that spans a quarter of Sweden´s surface area.
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Ski resorts in Finland

Vuokatti

Surrounded by frozen lakes, Vuokatti is a major ski training area, especially for Finnish ski jumpers and skiers.
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Salla

The rugged and wild landscape of Salla is the birthplace of alpine skiing in Finland.
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Ruka and Kuusamo

Every visit to Ruka and Kuusamo is the beginning of a new adventure, where unique experiences come to life to the rhythm of the changing seasons.
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Levi

One of the largest ski area in Finland, complete with two gondola lifts, with all hotels and slopes linked by a free bus service.
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Ylläs

Pronounced 'U-las', this is the largest downhill and cross-country ski centre in Finland with the greatest uplift per hour.
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Olos

Located near the Pallas - Ounastunturi National Park, the Hotel Olostunturi has served Olympic skiers for over 30 years, partly because of the excellent facilities including a new apartment hotel
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Pallas

Pallas concentrates more on cross-country skiing than downhill, yet it boasts the second greatest vertical drop in Finland with a maximum 340m descent, which only Ylass of the other 120 centres can beat.
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Saariselkä

Saariselkä is a popular year-round holiday village which offers a unique selection of activities to visitors.
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Luosto

One of Finland's best winter sports centres offering on-site accommodation in luxurious log-wood cabins, snowmobile safaris, husky sled safaris and reindeer tours.
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Pyhä

With the fourth biggest vertical in Finland, the Pyha complex is located right on the slopes in thick woodland.
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Ounasvaara

Ounasvaara is a family ski resort close by the city of Rovaniemi at the Arctic Circle.
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Iso- Syöte

Resort is located on two rounded fells, surrounded by Syöte Natural Park. One of Finland’s biggest, as well as most southerly ski centers.
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Southern Finland

Southern Finland is the most densely populated region of the country, and the region richest in cultural heritage, packed with attractions and places of historic interest to visit. The recorded history of Finland began here, and it is in Southern Finland that the oldest traces of human habitation have been found.

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