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NAANTALI HOLIDAYÂ 2018


EMBARK ON AN UNFORGETTABLE JOURNEY!

Programmes marked as "Online" can be reserved 24/7 at www.visitnaantali.com online shop.

Some like beach life; others enjoy shopping or sightseeing... no problem, Naantali has it all. This brochure offers brilliant tips for your holiday, and all of us here at Visit Naantali are happy to help you with anything you may need on your holiday. Through us, you can book your accommodation in the charming old town, the archipelago or at a luxury hotel. You can also buy tickets for an evening cruise, guided tours, Moominworld, Naantali Music Festival or Theatre Emma. We also sell Lippupiste and Ticketmaster admission tickets, and rent bicycles in the summertime. We can also provide you with conference and other programme services for groups of all sizes. Visit Naantali Nunnakatu 2, NAANTALI tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

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FINDING YOUR WAY TO NAANTALI CAR

BUSES

ARRIVING BY SEA

Naantali is just a twenty-minute drive away from Turku. When arriving by car, take the E-18 road from Helsinki, highway 9 from Tampere and highway 8 from Pori, which all have exits to Naantali. Please note, that Naantali’s metred car parks now only accept card and mobile app payments and not coins.

DIRECT BUS SERVICE FROM HELSINKI Onnibus operates a direct return bus service from Helsinki via Turku to Naantali; please see www.onnibus.fi for tickets and timetables

Finnlines operates a direct line from Kappellskär in Sweden and Långnäs in Åland to the Port of Naantali (p. 32). You can travel to the Port of Turku from Sweden on ships operated by Viking Line and Tallink Silja. When travelling locally, bus number 1 runs from the harbour to Turku market square, where you can catch bus 6 and 7 to Naantali.

TURKU AIRPORT tel. +358 20 708 4717 When travelling locally, bus number 1 runs from the airport to Turku market square, where you can catch buses 6 and 7 to Naantali. Timetables: www.foli.fi

LOCAL BUSES You can reach Naantali direct from the Turku market square: Timetables for lines 6 and 7: www.foli.fi. On the same website, you will also find timetables for Naantali’s internal buses (N-lines), for example, from Naantali to Merimasku and Rymättylä. FÖLI, Naantali’s One Stop Shop, Käsityöläiskatu 2, Naantali, tel. +358 2 434 5211. Vainion Liikenne operates the bus routes to Velkua and Livonsaari; timetables are available at www.matkahuolto.fi.

TURKU RAILWAY STATION Turku is easily accessible by train. Train timetables and ticket prices www.vr.fi.

In summer, Steamship S/S Ukkopekka runs between Turku-Naantali-Turku Tuesday to Saturday twice daily (p. 33).

CYCLING Naantali’s cycle network is comprehensive, and the Archipelago Trail runs through Naantali. Visit Naantali rents out bikes in the summertime.

CONTENT: 4-5 Pleasure of art 8-9 Events 10-11 Churches and museums 14-15 Kultaranta Garden 16-17 Guided tours, cruises, group trips 18-21 Restaurants and cafés 22-23 Shops and services 26-29 Unique accommodation options 29 Naantali Camping 30-31 Naantali Spa’s services 32 Moominworld and Väski Adventure Island 33 S/S Ukkopekka and Finnlines 34-35 Sports and activities 38-39 Naantali’s archipelago 40-41 Archipelago Trail and The Small Archipelago Trail 42-44 Naantali’s map 45 Raisio and Mylly: come and shop 46-47 Events calendar

TAXI tel. +358 2 10 041

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Culture works wonders – for all your senses, the brain and your whole body. Pop in the galleries in the Old Town and meet the artists. Or listen to the evening vespers. Lose yourself in the joy of music and theatre.

AMBIENCE, DRUMMING AND ART

NAANTALIN TAIDEHUONE

DRUMMER CALLS TO VESPER Every evening from 1 June–31 August the traditional drummer drums at the corner of Naantalin Kaivohuone with the tune dating back to the 19th century. After the drummer, the evening vespers are played from the Luostarikirkko tower. It is played three times: once in the direction of the president; once in the direction of the town and once in the direction of the sea.

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ATELIER PENTTI KOIVIKKO Paintings, graphic art. Open 1.7.–5.8. noon–5pm Tuulensuunkatu 5 B tel. +358 2 435 1586, +358 400 782 485 www.penttikoivikko.fi

ATELIER GALLERY KRISTIINA TURTONEN Open all year round. Mannerheiminkatu 15 tel. +358 40 573 2164 www.kristiinaturtonen.fi

Situated at the boat harbour, the exhibitions at Art Gallery Naantalin taidehuone vary, showcasing the art of today. Entrance to the Gallery is free. Open 22 May–2 September Tue–Sun 11am–6pm Mannerheiminkatu 5 tel. +358 2 432 9865 A calendar of the summer's exhibitions can be found at www.naantali.fi/ taidehuone (in Finnish)


NAANTALI MUSIC FESTIVAL 5–16 JUNE 2018 AND 4–15 JUNE 2019

LOVE ME TINDER – A DATING COMEDY AT THEATRE EMMA In summer 2018, Theatre Emma will present a comedy for everyone looking for love. As the name suggests, Love me Tinder is a dating comedy revolving around a thirty-plus couple. At the start of the story, the couple breaks up and both parties have to explore the secrets of dating after 15 years of being a couple. Unsurprisingly, the dating fails to go smoothly despite the help of Tinder-style apps. Besides the main story, the play is also a traditional sketch comedy and includes numerous shorter humorous dating sketches. If you'd love to see what Tinder Addicts Anonymous is all about or what happens on a know-it-all couples’ beginners dating course, head to Naantali this summer. LOVE ME TINDER (in Finnish) Opening night 31 May 2018

This year, the 39th Naantali Music Festival will be kicking off the Finnish summertime festival season in sunny, coastal Naantali. The old idyllic wooden houses, mediaeval Convent Church and wide range of top-quality restaurant and accommodation services offer a unique setting for a memorable musical experience.

Sinfonia Lahti, conducted by Dima Slobodeniouk.

The music festival programme includes a magnificent series of concerts in the old Convent Church of Naantali as well as in idyllic churches in the archipelago, night-time concerts, evening concerts at the Naantali Kaivohuone Restaurant, afternoon concerts in Casa Haartman, Naantali’s Children's music festival as well as Music Festival cruises to the island of Seili. The festival performers include singers Mari Palo, Maria Ylipää and Tommi Hakala, violinists Elina Vähälä and Jaakko Kuusisto, violist Roberto Diaz, cellist Daniel Müller-Schott, plus Camerata Ireland conducted by Barry Douglas as well as

Tickets available at Visit Naantali, tel. +358 2 435 9800 and from all Lippupiste sales points from February. Visit Naantali also provides programme packages for groups. Naantali Music Festival tel. +358 44 516 1718 info@naantalinmusiikkijuhlat.fi www.naantalimusic.com

NAANTALI MUSIC FESTIVAL’S WINTER CONCERTS 3–4 FEB 2018

Dima Slobodeniouk

Theatre Emma Kailo island, Naantali tel. +358 2 511 1104 info@emmateatteri.fi www.emmateatteri.fi

HOME GALLERY ATELIER HEINI LIES

Once again, artistic manager and cellist Arto Noras has compiled a brilliant concert programme featuring beautiful chamber music and invited a selection of some of the most talented Finnish and international artists to perform.

Elina Vähälä

SALES tel. +358 2 511 1104, +358 2 511 1111

Water colours and oil paintings. Open by appointment. Kaivolankatu 11 tel. +358 40 551 4452 www.art-finland.com

Daniel Muller Schott

Mari Palo

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THE SLEEPYHEAD CELEBRATES IN JULY, BUT DO YOU KNOW WHERE THE TRADITION ORIGINATES?

SLEEPYHEAD, NAANTALI'S SUMMER CELEBRITY

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In Naantali, 27th of July is a day of celebration – a day when someone particularly deserving is chosen as the hero for the day. Being a sleepyhead used to be a lot more bothersome, because late-comers and later risers were woken with noise and pelted with prickly thistles.

The present-day sleepyhead celebrations have a strong connection to the spa tradition, which was at its height in Naantali and elsewhere in the 19th century. A variety of activities and entertainment was organised for the spa guests and the sleepyhead festivities were part of those.

The first sleepyhead stories date back to the times of Christian persecution when seven holy men are said to have slept for 200 years. The sleepyheads of today are nothing compared to those men.

Originally the Sleepyhead Day was full of noise and carnival atmosphere. The participants got together at 7am, and anyone who was even slightly late had to put up with thistle bombs being thrown at them. After that, the

noisy procession went out in search of houses where the curtains were still drawn. When such a house was found, the crowd burst into song outside it. As the spa life petered out, the sleepyhead carnival also disappeared, but since the 1950s, the tradition has been revived. National Sleepyhead Day is now celebrated in Naantali, where a person who has worked for the benefit of the town is chosen as the sleepyhead of the year.

Although the noise-making and thistles are consigned to history, the role of the sleepyhead is not without its drawbacks. At the crack of dawn, the sleepyhead is carried to the shoreline and thrown in the sea.


THE SLEEPYHEAD FESTIVAL IS ORGANISED IN NAANTALI EVERY YEAR ON 26–27 JULY.

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SLEEPYHEAD FESTIVAL 26–27 JULY

A SELECTION OF NAANTALI’S EVENTS The surrounding sea along with music, archipelago and events play a great role in Naantali, and at the very heart of the town is the charming guest harbour. When you are looking for fun things to do on holiday, come to Naantali and soak up the energy for the winter. You can find more summer’s events in the calendar on pages 46 and 47. Read more about the events closer to summer at www.visitnaantali.com.

SLEEPYHEAD FESTIVAL 26–27 JULY The unique Sleepyhead Festival is the highlight of the summer for the whole family. Visitors can enjoy the Sleepyhead Market and a variety of other events. On 27 July, the Sleepyhead day, the Official

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Sleepyhead of the Year is thrown into the sea at 7am sharp. The parade stirs hilarity before and after the immersion. The fun lasts from dawn till dusk all over town and on Kirkkopuisto’s stage. The Festival will include visitors from Moominworld, the traditional children’s dressing up competition and Sleepyhead’s

Cake Competition as well as ArtTeatro’s breathtaking circus performances – the programme is packed with fun for the whole family. The Evening comes to end with a free concert. The Sleepyhead Market is a great place for buying artisan products. And, as a cherry on the top, almost all the events are free-of-charge.

FINNISH DESIGNER JUKKA RINTALA’S SALES EXHIBITION IN VANHA RAATIHUONE 1–31 JULY.


K-50 FESTIVAL 1 SEP On 1 September, the K50 festival will bring people over the age of 50, who are interested in entertainment and enjoy an energetic lifestyle, to Naantali. The free event will offer diverse and goodhumoured entertainment from musical and theatre performances to wellness seminars. You will also have the chance to learn about beauty treatments, well-being, home décor and culture. Performers include CatCat – a classic Finnish Eurovision act.

ARCHIPELAGO TRADITIONS EVENT 4 AUGUST

EXHIBITION OF USED BOATS 31 AUG–2 SEP

The traditional archipelago sailing event will be extended into an archipelago traditions event for the whole family and is to be held on 4 August. The event includes archipelago markets and other traditions as well as a competition for traditional sailing boats.

The first weekend of September will see Finland’s largest sales exhibition of used boats when Veneet Esillä 2018 will take place in Naantali’s guest harbour. The exhibition will include used boats that are privately or company owned and all length classes.

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The Costa Food Festival brings people to enjoy the August ambience of this charming seaside town. Food plays the leading role at the festival organised 17-19 August: street food flavours, restaurant's surprises and a diverse

More information about the event programme is available on Facebook or at www.k50festarit.net

TRANQUILITY IN WINTRY NAANTALI Winter in the idyllic town offers genuine tranquillity and well-being. Our busy tourist town turns into a conference town and an oasis for those looking for peace and quiet. As Christmas draws near, Naantali prepares to celebrate Christmas with many events. For example, the charming Children's Christmas 9 December event in the Old Town brings together children and the young at heart. The traditional Naantali declaration of Christmas peace in Itsenäisyyden puisto park at 12 noon puts an end to the hustle and bustle and everyone calms down to enjoy Christmas.

NAANTALI BOAT SHOW

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The best boat event of the summer will take place in the Old Town of Naantali on 25–27 May. The Naantali Boat Show is Finland's top event for boat enthusiasts and their families. Welcome! www.naantalinvenemessut.fi

Find the events for you in the calendar on pages 46-47. Ask for more information from Visit Naantali, tel. +358 2 435 9800 or visit our website www.visitnaantali.com.

programme of events in the guest harbour and the Old Town. Entry to the area is free. The festival welcomes people of all ages, children and adults alike. Follow the event on Facebook or at www.ncff.fi.

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The atmospheric Old Town with its alleyways and stories is the heart and soul of Naantali

AMBIENCE AND SENSE OF HISTORY IN FINLAND’S HOLIDAY CAPITAL KIRKKOPUISTO PARK Naantali’s Kirkkopuisto Park has been a place of recuperation for tourists and spa guests since the early 19th century. It continues to be an important part of Naantali's appeal and charms due to its beauty and well-maintained appearance.

PLACES OF INTEREST ON YOUR MOBILE Naantali’s places of interest mobile guide works on smart devices. You need not download a separate app as it works in your browser or with a QR code. The use of the mobile guide is free. Naantali Museum is responsible for its upkeep http://tarinasoitin.fi/ naantalinmuseonmediaoppaat (in Finnish)

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CHURCHES IN NAANTALI

The market square is where the town’s own vibrancy resonates with the international tourist buzz. Market vendors offer a variety of local products: food, flowers, clothes and handicrafts. The market square is located along Tullikatu street outside the town hall and is open 1 May–30 September between 7am and 2pm.

Naantali Church was built as a church for the Catholic Brigittine convent located in Ailostenniemi. Now, the only remaining part of the convent is the largest medieval church in Finland, after Turku Cathedral. The building permit for the convent was signed by Christopher of Bavaria, the King of Sweden, on 23 August 1443. This date is also considered to be the founding date of Naantali Town. The convent buildings were inaugurated in 1462, and the convent was named Vallis Gratiae, the Valley of Grace. Naantali Church is a popular tourist attraction; however, it also functions as a parish church and a Road Church in the summer. The Church of St. Henry in Velkua was built on the island of Palva in 1793. In connection with the sea battle of Palva


MUSEUMS NAANTALI MUSEUM & MUSEUM SHOP SÄSONKI The Naantali Museum’s Hiilola property, situated in the Old Town, is home to 19th century interiors, reflecting the lifestyle of the bourgeoisie in a small town. The Sau-Kallio house, at the back of the delightful garden, provides the visitors a glimpse of how craftsmen lived.

Picture: Eija Vuorio

in 1808, the Russian forces stole all the movables from the church. Only the altarpiece, which had been hidden, was saved. An old ship cannon was left behind after the battle and it has been placed close to the church as a memorial to the events. The first wooden church was built close to Kirkkosalmi in Merimasku as early as 1648. The wooden cross-shaped church which stands in its place today was built in 1726 and is the sixth-oldest wooden church in use in Finland today. The church is part of the Road Church network, meaning it serves travelling holidaymakers during the summertime. The oldest part of the church in Rymättylä, the sacristy, was built at the start of the 14th century as part of the original wooden church which stood in the same place. The stone church was built at the turn of the 15th century. Its unique paintings and wooden sculptures

reveal the history of the church. The church is part of the Road Church network, meaning it serves travelling holidaymakers during the summertime. Church opening times in 2018: Naantali Church 15 May–31 August Tue-Sun 11am–6pm (closed on Midsummer’s Eve). Merimasku and Rymättylä Churches 27 June–12 August Wed-Sun noon–4pm.

MERIMASKU The Old Isotalo Croft and its outbuildings form the Kollola Local History Centre in Merimasku. The house’s interior reveals how the last resident of the house lived. A special exhibition will be held in the barn in summer.

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On the Humppi property, you can find out about Naantali's convent past and the historic narrative of the town through archaeological findings. Humppi also houses changing exhibitions and a miniature model of the 15th Century Brigittine convent.

The Rymättylä Local History Museum gives visitors a glimpse of life in the archipelago in days gone by. The main building is from the 18th century and is surrounded by a loft, a granary and a post mill. The storehouse is home to an exhibition about seine net fishing.

You will find interesting souvenirs in Museum Shop Sesonki.

Opening times and programme at www.naantali.fi/kulttuuri (in Finnish).

Open 15 May–31 August Tue–Sun from 11am–6pm, tickets: adults €5, 7–17-year-olds €3.

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Old Town, Katinhäntä 1 and Mannerheiminkatu 21 tel. +358 2 435 2727 Further information about the museum and events can be found at www.naantali.fi/museo (in Finnish).

The baroque manor belonged to the Fleming and Mannerheim families and its unique vegetable garden, planted according to Pehr Kalm’s ideas. Did you know that Marshal Mannerheim was born and spent his childhood in Louhisaari? Open 15 May–31 August, by appointment in September. Louhisaarentie 244, Masku www.kansallismuseo.fi

You can book a guided tour for any of these churches from Visit Naantali: info@visitnaantali.com or tel: + 358 2 435 9800, Mon–Fri 9am–4.30pm www.naantalinseurakunta.fi www.merimaskunseurakunta.fi www.rymattylanseurakunta.fi www.naantalinseurakunnat.fi

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NAANTALI’S SUN TURNED NIGHT INTO DAY

Naantali’s sun is well known across Finland. And deservedly so since Naantali is the sunniest place in the country. However, the sun in Naantali has historical significance. Due to its town privileges, Naantali had the right to collect taxes for any trade taking place in the town and could place duties on products brought into the town. In the 1750s, a toll house and a toll gate – with a

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wooden sun hanging over it – were built to collect customs duties.

Later the wooden sun was replaced by a copper one, which was polished with lard, and shone as brightly as the sun above; no one could claim that they didn’t know where the duties were collected. In addition to customs duties, Naantali's sun also brought other

economic advantages to the town. As was the practice then, only trade carried out in daytime, under the sun, was taxable. In Naantali, they soon came up with the idea that the toll house sun shone brightly night and day, which meant that even nighttime trade became taxable. No one is as imaginative as the taxman who makes the sun shine at night.


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KULTARANTA GARDEN IN THE PRESIDENT’S SUMMER RESIDENCE The public is invited to take guided tours in Kultaranta Garden; more information is available below. Kultaranta Manor House was built in 1916, one year before Finland declared independence. It was a summer villa for Merchant Alfred Kordelin and Lars Sonck was the architect. Today, this impressive granite manor house, located by Naantalinlahti Bay, is undoubtedly Finland’s best known summer residence. Kultaranta has been the summer residence of Finnish presidents since 1922; thus, Naantali is referred to as the summer capital of Finland. Visitors to

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Kultaranta have the opportunity to admire both its formal garden and its vegetable garden. The 16-hectare formal garden has thousands of roses. The formal garden is also adorned by the red garden, blue garden, pergola, gazebos, fountains and the diplomat passages lined by spruce hedges. Guided group tours of the Kultaranta garden are available almost all year round. Book a guide at Visit Naantali, tel. +358 2 435 9800.

GUIDED WALKS IN THE KULTARANTA GARDEN Guided walks in the garden are arranged for individual visitors during the summer months. 5–22 June and 14 Aug –2 Sep Tue–Sun 2pm. The tour starts at Kultaranta ticket sales office and are held in Finnish Swedish and English. Prices: adults €13, children (aged 4-14) €5. Midsummer 23–24 June 2pm and 3pm The tour starts at Kultaranta ticket sales office and are held in Finnish, Swedish and English. Prices: adults €13, children (aged 4-14) €5 26 June–12 August Tue–Sun 2pm (tour in Finnish, Swedish and English) 3pm (tour in Finnish) Tour starts at Kultaranta ticket sales office Prices: adults €13, children (aged 4-14) €5.

26 June–12 Aug, there is a bus service to the 2pm tour: • 1:30pm bus departs from Naantali Spa Hotel • 1:40pm Maariankatu street in the Old Town. Bus stop is marked "guide". • 2pm guided walk begins After the walk, the bus will return via the same route. Prices: adults €19, children (aged 4-14) €7, includes bus transportation. The 3pm walk starts at the Kultaranta ticket sales office Prices: adults €13, children (aged 4-14) €5. The address for Kultaranta Garden is Kordelininkatu, Naantali. Please check any changes to normal opening hours at www.visitnaantali.com.


MAMSELL KUPIAINEN AND THE PRESIDENTS’ KULTARANTA Gun shots at Kultaranta? Native Americans in the garden? Take part in the new themed guided tour, which is a mixture of fact and fiction, and find out what the presidents of Finland have got up to at Kultaranta and what has happened behind the scenes.

Programmes marked as "Online" can be reserved 24/7 at www.visitnaantali.com online shop.

KULTARANTA GARDEN ART TOURS On the guided Kultaranta Art tour, visitors can learn more about the art exhibition organised by the Alfred Kordelin Foundation together with the Office of the President of the Republic of Finland. The guided tour is in Finnish. We welcome you on Thursdays 28 June–16 August at 1pm. Price adults €13, children (aged 4-14) €5. Departure from Kultaranta ticket sales office.

The guide for the tour is the very likeable Mamsell Kupiainen who has worked for many Finnish presidents and may slip out a secret or two. The tour starts at Kultaranta ticket sales office. The guided tour (in Finnish) takes one hour. The guided tours are organised on Fridays 29 June–17 August 1pm. Price: adults €13, children (aged 4-14) €5.

101 YEARS AND 12 PRESIDENTS – ENJOYING THE FINNISH SUMMER IN NAANTALI In addition to the floral splendour in the garden, the tour also offers a different kind of aspect to the 100 years of Finland's cultural history and presents the 12 Finnish presidential terms. Over the century, Kultaranta’s summers have been filled with a great variety of events and been the summer residence to 12 very different presidents who have all made their mark on the lives of Finnish people. Tours are held in Finnish. Departure from Kultaranta ticket sales office on 27 June-15 August every Wednesday at 1pm. Price: adults €13, children (aged 4-14) €5.

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Picture Artista Filmi Oy

FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE RISTO RÄPPÄÄJÄ FILMS

UNIQUE STORIES AND GUIDED WALKING TOURS Naantali is brimming with stories. Our excellent tour guides will ensure that you get more out of your visit. It is easy to join these pleasant guided walks and cruises.

KORDELIN - FROM POVERTY TO KULTARANTA What kind of a man was Alfred Kordelin, who grew up on poor relief but became Finland's richest man? Why is Kordelin, who was murdered at his own birthday party, sometimes called Finland’s Rockefeller? Alfred Kordelin was born 150 years ago. We invite you on a new Old Town walking tour to hear about the colourful life of the man who built Kultaranta and frequently visited Naantali Spa. The tour is in Finnish on Tuesdays 26 June–14 August at 4pm. Price: adults €10, children €6. Departures outside Visit Naantali.

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SECRETS OF THE MEDIEVAL CONVENT CHURCH The Naantali Church was built between 1460 and 1480, as the church for the Catholic Brigittine convent. Now, this only remaining part of the convent is the largest medieval building in Finland, excluding the Turku Cathedral. The Church’s special characteristics include the portraits of Christ painted in connection to the consecration crosses. Explore the church on a guided tour, organised on Mondays at 4pm 25 June–13 August. Tours in Finnish/ Swedish/English. Price: adults €10, children €6. Tickets from Visit Naantali, departures from the main door of the church.

Join a guided tour to visit the places where Risto Räppääjä was filmed and help us find Alpo, the missing cat, on the mysterious streets and in the alleys of Naantali. Risto Räppääjä tours 27 June–1 August every Wednesday at 4:30pm. The tour is recommended for children aged 5 to 10. Price €20/child, includes a t-shirt. The tour is meant only for children. Departures outside Visit Naantali (In Finnish)

BUY TICKETS AT WWW.VISITNAANTALI.COM. ENQUIRIES TEL. +358 2 435 9800. PRE-BOOKING RECOMMENDED.


TAKE A CRUISE TO ENJOY THE WONDERFUL ARCHIPELAGO CRUISES TO AUTHENTIC AND TRADITIONAL ARCHIPELAGO EVENTS Departures onboard m/s Aavatar from Naantali Old Town harbour. 7 July at 9:30am cruise to Taivassalo’s Silakrysäys event with traditional soup lunch served at the destination. The event offers great entertainment, information on how to handle and cook fish and a fine market atmosphere. The event is being organised for the 43rd time. 14 July at 9:30am cruise to Volter Kilpi event in Kustavi. Buffet lunch served at the destination. The event, organised for the 19th time, is known for its highquality but accessible programme

and cosy atmosphere in a magnificent setting. Check Saturday’s programme at www.vkkustavissa.fi. 4 August at 9:30am cruise to Kustavi’s Salmon Market. The event boasts brilliant performers, music, a variety of local fish and farm produce to taste and a bustling atmosphere, organised for the 41st. On the above-mentioned days, M/S Aavatar travels Naantali-TaivassaloKustavi-Taivassalo-Naantali. The boat also welcomes passengers just for the crossing. Return journey to Naantali at 6:45pm. Pre-booking at Visit Naantali. Cruise prices and an accurate timetable are available at www.visitnaantali.com or tel. +358 2 435 9800/Visit Naantali.

person (adults and children), family ticket €50/2 adults and 2 children. Tours in Finnish/English.

EVENING CRUISE ON NAANTALI’S GLEAMING

Without a guide every Wednesday 11 July–15 August at 7– 8:30pm and on Saturdays 7 July, 14 July and 4 August at 7–8:30pm. Price: €12/person (adults and children), family ticket €40/ 2 adults and 2 children.

Enjoy Naantali from the sea. A 1.5-hour evening cruise onboard m/s Aavatar. With a guide every Wednesday 11 July –15 August from 4:30– 6pm. Price €15/

Departure from the Old Town harbour. Tickets available at www.visitnaantali. com. Information & Enquiries tel. +358 2 435 9800.

AN ARCHIPELAGO ADVENTURE IN THE NAANTALI SUN AND TO KULTARANTA

Enjoy a day at sea and at beautiful Kultaranta. 26 June–12 August. Tue– Sat, departure at 10am from Turku on the Steamship S/S Ukkopekka, which arrives in Naantali at 11:45am. The bus to Kultaranta departs from the Old Town at 1:40pm, the guided tour in the Kultaranta Garden 2pm- 3pm; return on the same bus and departure for Turku on board Ukkopekka at 4pm. Arrival in Turku at 5:45pm. Price for the package: €44/adult, €20/child (aged 4-14). Tickets: Ukkopekka, tel. +358 2 515 3300.

NAANTALI’S HIGHLIGHTS: GROUP TOURS Visit Naantali organises expeditions for groups of all sizes and conference programmes around the year. As the experts of the area, we can offer you the alternatives that best meet your requirements for the most competitive price. • Guided tour of the gardens in Kultaranta, the President’s summer residence

• Finnish style sauna night/sauna experiences in the archipelago with hot tubs

• Idyllic old town and Kultaranta’s magnificent garden with lunch on weekdays

• Guided cruises on board a steamboat, sailing boat or a water bus in the Archipelago Sea

• Meeting the Moomins as part of a meeting or conference

• Forest expeditions with sausages and coffee cooked on a camp fire

• Cycle trips along the Archipelago Trail

•Berry picking/mushroom foraging

• Fishing trips in the archipelago

•Traditional Finnish healing treatment (such as Finnish acupuncture called the “fishbone technique”)

Interested? Ask for more information at info@visitnaantali.com or call +358 2 435 9800

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What could be more rejuvenating than to sit down in a comfortable restaurant or a café and to enjoy a delicious meal, a cup of coffee or tea, an ice cream or soft drinks. Choose your favourite and enjoy!

RESTAURANTS AND CAFÉS – GREAT ATMOSPHERE AND CULINARY EXPERIENCES RESTAURANT MERISALI Restaurant Merisali, by the sea in the old town, offers its visitors a romantic ambiance of the years gone by. Enjoy the big, covered terrace. Our abundant buffet includes tasty salads, fish and other tasty dishes. On summer nights, we have live music in the over 100-yearold pavilion. Open daily from April to September. Nunnakatu 14 tel. +358 2 435 2451 www.merisali.fi

RESTAURANTS TRAPPI, TRAPIN PIHA, FÖRI BAR AND CAFÉ SANTALA Restaurant Trappi is located in one of Naantali’s oldest houses by the convent church and offers a wonderful view of the guest harbour. The Châine des Rôtisseursrated restaurant is open year-round and is an excellent venue for private functions. Restaurant Trapin Piha is a pleasant, summery meeting place by the sea and is well-known for its excellent pizzas.

Café Santala also by the guest harbour, is open during the summer season. You will find a good selection of ice cream, coffee, savoury snacks and cold drinks. The fully licensed summer café is an excellent place to relax and watch the hustle and bustle of the summer town. Open daily during summer months. Föribaari and Kotatupa are open on weekends and for private functions in the winter. They are located in the courtyard chosen as Naantali town’s most beautiful winter courtyard. The entertainment includes karaoke. Nunnakatu 8 tel. +358 2 435 2477 asiakaspalvelu@ravintolatrappi.fi www.ravintolatrappi.fi

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HASTA LA PASTA The cosy Hasta la Pasta at the centre of the idyllic Naantali Old Town serves fresh pasta, delicious salads, Mediterranean wines and home-made cakes and Italian coffees throughout the year. Alikatu 9 tel. +358 45 690 9250 www.hastalapasta.fi


VAIHELA In the midst of the most spectacular archipelago, you will find Vaihela, famous for its delicious food. The celebrated kitchen, known for its perch fillets, coffee-marinated lamb, summer terrace and wine cellar with its tasting events is a popular destination by boat or car. Open during summer months, also available for private hire throughout the year. Velkuanmaantie 168, VELKUA, NAANTALI tel. +358 40 737 7240 hotelli@vaihela.fi www.vaihela.fi

KULTARANTA RESORT Restaurant Kultaranta’s delicious breakfasts and lunches and first-rate à la carte dishes are prepared using local produce. Heineken House’s delicious gourmet pizzas are a feast for the palette. All this only five minutes from Naantali centre! Särkänsalmentie 178 tel. +358 75 326 6000 myyntipalvelu@kultarantaresort.fi www.kultarantaresort.fi

STEAM BOAT UKKOPEKKA TURNS 80 Enjoy archipelago treats in an old-fashioned and nostalgic steam boat salon whilst admiring the surrounding archipelago landscape at a window table. We serve a feel-good buffet on the TurkuNaantali-Turku cruise. A dinner cruise from Aurajoki shores to the exotic Loistokari in Airisto, where guests get to enjoy an abundant archipelago dinner sitting in the rocky nooks and crannies of the island. More information on page 33.

RESTAURANT POHJAKULMA Pohjakulma's kitchen serves archipelago delicacies made with our kitchen’s traditional recipes. The restaurant serves a buffet-style lunch from 11am– 4pm on Sundays from November to Christmas. Archipelago-style lunch from Midsummer until mid-August served Tuesdays–Fridays from 11am–4pm. Private functions and group events available on order all year round. Please check for any exceptions to our opening hours at www.pohjakulma.fi. Rymättyläntie 1089, tel. +358 2 252 2771 ravintola@pohjakulma.fi www.pohjakulma.fi

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NAANTALIN AURINKOINEN

EXTRAORDINARY CAFÉ

LOUHISAARI MANOR CAFÉ

Bakery - confectioner's - café - lunch. A genuine local paradise for gourmets!

A café, located in Naantali’s Old Town that is full of exciting details from the Moomin stories. The café naturally boasts a peculiar décor. Meet the Muskrat in his hammock and the vampire keeping an eye on things on the roof – the world’s smallest dragon also joins in the fun!

The café is situated near the Louhisaari Manor, an important cultural and natural site. Open daily 10:30am–5pm from Mother's day until 31 August. At other times the café is open by prior arrangement. Catering and coffee for groups, family occasions, conferences and meetings to order. Farmhouse accommodation also available from 1 June–31 August.

• Nuhjalantie 2, tel. +358 44 724 4700 • Tullikatu 11, Tullikatu 11, by Naantali market square tel. +358 44 724 4703 Rantaruonankatu 2, next to Naantali Spa, tel. +358 44 724 4719 • Sarkamaantie 16, Sarkamaantie 16, next to Mylly Shopping Centre, Raisio tel. +358 44 724 4720

The selection includes delicious cakes, savoury pies and freshly baked cinnamon buns. Open 9 June–26 August at 9am–7pm daily.

www.aurinkoinen.fi Kaivokatu 5 tel. +358 2 511 1111 www.muumimaailma.fi

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Louhisaarentie 229, ASKAINEN tel. +358 2 431 2515, tel. +358 44 281 4252 ylhainen.louhisaarenkartano@dnainternet.net

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Finns are world leading coffee drinkers, and tourists often ask for recommendations for good cafés in Naantali. Naantali is famed for its cafés, and the town is often called a paradise for coffee and tea enthusiasts. The café tour is a pleasant way to explore Naantali's different and unique café scene and to taste local specialities. The participating cafés include a number of traditional cafés and some more recent additions

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WHERE CAN YOU GRAB A COFFEE HERE? The delicious CAFÉ TOUR

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CAFÉ TOUR Buy your café tour at Visit Naantali and enjoy pastries with coffee or tea in three of Naantali’s cafés.

More information: www.visitnaantali.com Visit Naantali Nunnakatu 2, 21100 Naantali tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

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Shopping is a fun and essential part of any holiday. It is easy to spend an hour or two visiting unique boutiques and shops in Naantali. Shopping for yourself, for gifts or just to please the eye.

SHOPS AND SERVICES KUPPARI-HANNA Safe traditional folk healing treatments: cupping therapy, bone-setting, massage, acupuncture and relaxation treatment for one to five customers. The treatments can be combined with an organic light meal and a soothing session in a wood-heated sauna. In summertime, the pavilion exhibits outsider art and crafts. Pohjanpääntie 90B, 21180 Livonsaari See the map p. 40, green dot 30 tel. +358 40 590 5379 / Hanna Aro-Heinilä kupparihanna@gmail.com www.kuppari.fi Online booking http://vello.fi/kuppari

WELCOME TO OUR SUNNY PHARMACY!

Luostarinkatu 25, NAANTALI tel. +358 2 431 2720 naantalinapteekki@naantalinapteekki.fi Mon–Fri 9am–7pm, Sat 9am–3pm, Sun 10am–2pm www.naantalinapteekki.fi

Viluntie 3, RYMÄTTYLÄ tel. +358 2 252 1202 apteekki.rymattyla@apteekit.net We are open: Mon–Fri 9am–4:30pm www.naantalinapteekki.fi/ palvelupisteet

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LIVING DEAUVILLE Living Deauville is a high-quality interior design shop at the heart of Naantali with a wide range of design products and gifts. Our changing range of textiles and small design objects, jewellery and kitchenware has been specially selected from well-known suppliers’ collections. Our range includes delicacies, lighting, furniture and wallpaper. And don’t forget our delightful children’s world.

Our opening hours are Mon–Fri 10am– 6pm and Sat 10am–3pm and in December Sun 12 noon–4pm. Henrikinkatu 6 tel. +358 45 271 6156 shop@livingdeauville.fi Webshop: www.livingdeauville.fi/shop


BRINKHALL SPARKLING Brinkhall Sparkling is on its way to creating a sparkling wine revolution. The winery produces sparkling wines from the apples of Rymättylä’s extensive orchards. The very best sparkling wines combine the legacy of several generations of French Champagne makers with the best ingredients the unique Nordic climate has to offer.

PUTIIKKI ROOSA

Fine wines & Sparkling

Roosa is a lovely boutique selling feminine clothes, handmade shoes and bags and all kinds of gems for interior decoration. Roosa is open in the Old Town around the year (please check our opening hours online). Explore and find that special purchase! Mannerheiminkatu 15 tel. +358 400 583 011 www.putiikkiroosa.fi

Since their launch, the icewines of Brinkhall Sparkling have received increasing acclaim as truly distinctive and distinguished wines. For opening hours and wine tasting tours please see the winery’s website. Rööläntie 365, Rymättylä tel. +358 40 775 9168 info@bsp.fi www.bsb.fi www.facebook.com/brinkhalls

WANHA NAANTALI KAUPPA

PIKKU-PARIISI second hand

MOOMIN SHOP

MUOTIKULMA KRISSE

An extensive selection of postcards and stamps, souvenirs and gifts, traditional sweets and drinks and nostalgic Christmas decorations. A definite must-see for DISNEY, Marilyn and Elvis collectors! Small TITANIC exhibition, open during Wanha Naantali Kauppa's opening hours.

High-quality, ecological, recycled ladies' wear and accessories.

The loveliest bedtime stories, the softest toys to cuddle and the sweetest delights to take home to remind you of the best day of your holiday. The shop is open when Moominworld is open.

Timeless fashion for men and women. Open Mon–Fri 10am–6pm, Sat 10am– 2pm.We hope to see you in store!

Mannerheiminkatu 13 tel. +358 40 545 4467 info@nostalgiashop.fi www.nostalgiashop.fi

Kaivokatu 20 tel. +358 2 435 0502 www.pikku-pariisi.fi

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Recover the past, discover the present! Opening hours: Tue-We-Thu 11am–6pm, Fri 11am–5pm, Sat 10am–2pm. June–July also Mon 11am–6pm.

Uolevi Raaden katu 1 tel. +358 2 435 2799

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DAY TRIP TO LOUHISAARI MANOR FROM TURKU AND HELSINKI Take part in an unforgettable expedition to the birthplace of Marshal Mannerheim in Louhisaari, Askainen. The guide will start the narrative as you journey from Turku across the archipelago scenery. The guided tour (in Finnish) around the authentic baroque manor will enlighten you as to what life was like for the aristocratic family. The day trip includes a delicious lunch, a guided tour of Pehr Kalm’s specially designed vegetable garden, Askainen Church from the outside and the park dedicated to the Knights of the Mannerheim Cross in Askainen. Departures from Turku on Saturdays 30 June, 28 July and 18 August. Price €69/person Departure from Helsinki on Saturday 21 July Price €99/person Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.visitnaantali.com A limited number of seats available.

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LOUHISAARI MANOR RESTLESS GHOST Louhisaari Manor in Askainen, dating back to the 1650s, is a spectacular place in daylight but, as with all historical buildings, it has its dark side. Louhisaari was built by the Fleming family, which is intertwined in various ways with the history of SwedenFinland. And not only in positive terms. The last of the Louhisaari Flemings was Herman, a hot-tempered and jealous man, who locked his wife in a closet when he was away. Her only contact with the outside world was a small hatch through which the fearful servants passed food into the closet. As the story goes, one day Herman left on his travels and failed to mention to the servants that his wife was locked in the closet, where she had withered away. This story is legend, but it is easy to believe when you wander through the manor late at night.

Creaking steps, banging doors and disembodied sighs are heard. A group that studies supernatural phenomenon found changing energies in the manor and managed to record speech and sounds. But the guest who was slapped in the rear in an empty room had to endure even more tangible evidence of supernatural elements. There is also a room called the Devil's Chamber in Louhisaari. And what’s more, it is said that there is a tunnel from the manor to the nearby Askainen Church. Come and see for yourself, if you dare.


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There is a variety of tranquil accommodation options to please everyone’s taste from idyllic wooden apartments to cosy bed-and-breakfasts and luxurious hotels, and lovely holiday homes to cabins in the archipelago and countryside. Remember to book your accommodation well in advance!

WONDERFUL NIGHTS IN NAANTALI LINTULA’S TINY HOLIDAY HOMES Lintula is situated in the peaceful Old Town at the heart of Naantali, high on the Myllymäki hill in the immediate vicinity of the guest harbour. It offers views to the Convent Church, Kultaranta, Moominworld and Naantalinlahti Bay and its islands. The picturesque courtyard and air-conditioned apartments date back to the 16th century and have been completely renovated. Top-of-the-range household appliances guarantee a hassle-free stay. Wi-Fi.

Pikku-Lintula offers accommodation especially for families. All named after birds, the Naakka, Tiira, Pääskynen and Varpunen apartments are suitable for small families and individual guests. The Peipponen and Leivonen apartments both contain a sauna. Lintulan Pikkukodit can accommodate up to 20 people in total, so they provide ideal accommodation for bigger groups too. The apartments share a pleasant courtyard. Fleminginkatu 1 Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800, info@visitnaantali.com

Accommodation marked as "Online" can be reserved 24/7 at www.visitnaantali.com online shop.

MÅSEN The beautiful summer apartment Måsen (Seagull) is located in the Storläkäri building in the heart of Naantali's Old Town. The apartment is fully equipped for five people. The apartment boasts a spacious living-room, two bedrooms, kitchen, sauna, balcony, Wi-Fi, TV/DVD, HiFi with auxiliary connection and a carport. The apartment (75 m²) is located in a fabulous setting above art galleries. Mannerheiminkatu 15 B 2 Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

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TWO-ROOM APARTMENT ON LUOSTARINKATU

MERIMIES APARTMENT

VILLA AURINKO

PÄIVÄKULMA

A stylish 61m2 holiday apartment with a sea view located close to Naantali Spa. The apartment is fully equipped for four guests (+1 spare bed), has a spacious kitchen-living-room, shower room with a toilet and a glazed balcony. The apartment has plenty of room for a travel cot (not provided). Located on the second floor of building. Lintulankuja 1 Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

Villa Aurinko (approx. 100 m2), located in Naantali Luonnonmaa, offers an ideal setting for families with children. The distance to Naantali Old Town is 900 m, to Moominworld 2 km and Kultaranta Resort 3.9 km. The stylish house boasts 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, living room, bathroom/ toilet with washing machine and a drying cabinet. A quiet garden, patio with garden furniture and gas barbeque. Wi-Fi connection and parking for several cars in the garden.

Päiväkulma offers accommodation in two cottages adjacent to the main building or in an apartment on the first floor of the main building. The quiet location, close to nature, offers a peaceful setting for a relaxing holiday. Approximately half an hour’s drive to Naantali centre and Old Town.

VILLA FRANCK

VALLIUKSENKATU

TALO MÄKILÄ

OAKHOUSE TAMMITALO

An air-conditioned, attractive penthouse apartment right next to the Old Town. Moominworld and the beach are within walking distance. Two rooms, a kitchenette and WC and shower. Balcony and small courtyard terrace to the rear.

Two large rooms for a family in a spacious house close to services. Both rooms have two beds, a TV, fridge and WI-FI. Toilet and shower can be found downstairs, where the nearest tap is also located. The rooms have their own entrance and a parking space. A sunny garden. 1 km to the restaurants by the sea and Moominworld.

A 60-m2 house, renovated in summer 2012 and located in the old town The house has one bedroom, kitchen, toilet, shower and sauna. The bedroom has a double bed and a sofa bed (bedroom sleeps four in total) and fits a travel cot (not supplied).

Pleasant and well-equipped accommodation. A quiet and comfortable courtyard house in Naantali Old Town. The house has ventilation and cooling. Suitable for two families or different generations travelling together. Open year-round.

Tavastinkatu 8 Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

Rauhankatu 2 tel. +358 40 581 6090 or +358 44 906 4844 oakhouse.naantalinmajoitus.fi

A stylish, two-room apartment renovated in the early 2000s located in the immediate vicinity of the Old Town. Moominworld and the beach are within walking distance. The apartment's surface area is 51.5 m², and it is on the thid floor. Luostarinkatu 1 Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

Kaivokatu 13 Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

Valliuksenkatu 11 Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

Ankkuritie 2 Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

Kuristentie 225 RYMÄTTYLÄ, NAANTALI tel. +358 400 552 645 info@paivakulma.com www.paivakulma.com

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Accommodation marked as "Online" can be reserved 24/7 at www. visitnaantali.com online shop.

NAANTALI’S BLUE HOUR IS AN EXPERIENCE TO CHERISH. COME FOR A SLEEPOVER! B&B VILLA SUKKA

HOTEL PUSA

KULTARANTA RESORT

TAATTINEN FARM

A cosy one-family house located in an idyllic area in the immediate vicinity of the Naantali centre. Moominworld and the beach are within walking distance. Pets are also welcome in two rooms (4 persons and 2 persons). The rooms have a shared shower and WC.

Hotel Pusa is located along Mannerheimintie road in the heart of Naantali Old Town, just a couple of minutes away from the sea. Enjoy the leisurely atmosphere of the bygone years in the old house.

A sophisticated place of natural beauty. Our first-rate, Scandinavian-style accommodation is in a restful natural setting but close to services and the generous buffet breakfast of the club house. The tranquil archipelago landscape allows your mind and body to rest and recuperate. Luhti Hotel and the holiday apartments offer privacy and luxurious comfort, even for a more demanding guest.

A charming courtyard surrounded by restored buildings with all mod-cons, providing accommodation in the form of rooms, apartments and cottages. Our own restaurant serves delicious food and premises for private functions, meetings and conferences are available to rent all year round. The view of the lake, an archipelago spanning 150 ha and goodnatured farm animals provide the perfect backdrop to almost any event.

Särkänsalmentie 178 tel. +358 75 326 6000 myyntipalvelu@kultarantaresort.fi www.kultarantaresort.fi

Koverintie 23, MERIMASKU, NAANTALI tel. +358 44 981 1990 info@taattistentila.fi www.taattistentila.fi

Sukkakuja 3 tel. +358 40 194 9399 hotelli.villasukka@gmail.com

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Mannerheiminkatu 16 tel. +358 400 298 808 info@cafepusa.fi www.cafepusa.fi


SAARISTOHOTELLI VAIHELA A beautiful setting in Velkua on the island of Velkuanmaa in Naantali. The journey from Naantali to Teersalo takes about 30 minutes in the car plus two 5-minute ferry crossings to Velkuanmaa. Vaihela is a 150-year-old farm which is now the setting for two restaurants and Hotel Halssi with its 11 double rooms. All rooms are different: six have a balcony overlooking the sea and five have a patio facing the forest.

LOMAHYPPÄYS FARM A holiday farm by the sea, located 15km from Naantali. The farm animals and wide, open green spaces provide an interesting and safe environment for families with children. Hyppäyksentie 85, RYMÄTTYLÄ, NAANTALI tel. +358 400 532 641 info@poikkea.com www.poikkea.com

Velkuanmaantie 168, VELKUA, NÅDENDAL tel. +358 40 737 7240 hotelli@vaihela.fi www.vaihela.fi

NAANTALI CAMPING Located on the beautiful Kuparivuori hill, Naantali Camping wishes families a warm welcome!

NAANTALI CAMPING TAMMISTO FARM

LUXURY VILLA

SINISORSA COTTAGE

Old-fashioned countryside romance close to the town centre. Spacious family rooms with cottage accommodation and a large garden with sheep. The farm's own produce is served at breakfast in the beautiful, manor-style breakfast room. Weddings, parties and meetings are organised around the year.

A magnificent new beach-side villa in the Kultaranta resort. A spacious 80-m2 apartment, with a double bedroom, a comfortable sofa bed and generously sized lounge. WLAN. Car shelter outside. A large terrace over the water. A sandy beach is right next to the house, and golf enthusiasts will find a course just a few minutes’ walk from the villa. Naantali Old Town and Moominworld are just a 5 minute drive away.

Just 6.5 km from the town centre in Luonnonmaa, Naantali a 1950s comfortable cottage, Sinisorsa, offers holiday accommodation with a splendid view over the sea. For 8 + 4 guests. A wooden sauna with a private jetty. A clean and pleasant outdoor toilet is located next to the cottage. A secluded location for tourists who are looking for a scenic spot. Find out more and make an online booking at www.visitnaantali.com/camping

Tammistontilankatu 3/Tammistontie 45 tel. +358 44 510 4293 info@tammistontila.net www.tammistontila.net

Särkänsalmentie 298, NAANTALI Bookings via Visit Naantali online shop. tel. +358 2 435 9800 info@visitnaantali.com

The area is located on the coast just half a kilometre from the Naantali town centre, with lots to see and do for people of all ages. The campsite is home to 34 cottages, 55 caravan pitches as well as tent pitches. A lovely café and terrace can be found next to the reception. The café also sells groceries, souvenirs and postcards. The area also includes a children's playground, billiard golf, a covered barbeque and a sauna, warmed to order. Minors are only allowed to camp on the area when accompanied by a parent or guardian. Campsite area services are available for use by everyone staying in the area. Open from: 28 April–31 May weekends, public holidays and public holiday eves, 1 June–2 Sep daily. tel. +358 2 435 0855 Reservations for cottages or caravan pitches can only be made online: www.visitnaantali.com/camping

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SHARED MOMENTS We wish you a warm welcome to our luxurious accommodation, warm pools, wellness treatments and delicious food at the recently renovated Naantali Spa. Naantali Spa is an experience for all your senses. The Spa, Wellness & Beauty Department’s extensive treatment selection pampers you from head to toe. The department offers relaxing massages, skin rejuvenating anti-age-

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ing beauty treatments, aromatic baths and a range of carefully designed treatment packages. The heart of the Spa is the sauna and pool complex with both traditional Finnish saunas as well as an aromatic Turkish steam sauna. You can unwind in the warmth of a jacuzzi; luxuriate under the turquoise cupola of the Roman bath, or relax under the massaging water jets of the therapy pool. Best


Restaurant and café Snickari opened its doors in Naantali Old Town harbour, in an idyllic wooden house in the summer of 2017. History and Scandinavian traditions are at the core of the stylish yet laidback setting and the menu focuses on fresh local food.

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Naantali Spa wishes you a warm welcome at our luxurious accommodation with its warm pools, indulgent treatments and delicious food. of all is the heated outdoor pool and its magnificent seaside view that can be directly accessed from the indoor pool. The recently renovated spacious rooms offer accommodation for one or two people or even the whole family. The lavish suites and holiday apartments beckon you for an unforgettable wedding night, birthday celebration or holiday. You can also book a theme room or a pet room. In the immediate vicinity of the Spa, you will find Naantali Family Hotel with spacious and low cost hostel-style apartments. The Spa has a multi-purpose Fitness Centre and, as an exciting new addition, Room Escape games. The Spa’s Promenade Boutique offers a wide selection of brand-name clothing, jewellery and gifts. Families will also enjoy the cheerful children’s world.

SNICKARI Mannerheiminkatu 2 tel. +358 2 445 5599 info@snickari.fi www.snickari.fi

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The Spa’s theme restaurants offer culinary experiences for everyone. LE SOLEIL An à la carte and buffet restaurant with Chaîne des Rôtisseurs recognition serving a combination of Asian, European and Scandinavian cuisine. THAI GARDEN A colourful and innovative Thai restaurant in an oriental setting with the award-winning Chef Manit Poonhiran in charge of the delicious culinary feast. TAMMIKELLARI - TK´S A comfortable restaurant for the whole family. The menu includes tender steaks, crisp salads and flavoursome pizzas. Matkailijantie 2 Sales service: tel. +358 2 445 5100 info@naantalispa.fi www.naantalispa.fi

Naantalin Kaivohuone is a unique summer restaurant, night club and summer terrace along the boat harbour promenade in the Old Town. Kaivohuone’s summer includes a number of great Finnish artists, BBQ food and tasty salads alongside refreshing drinks by the sea. Kaivohuone is also available for private functions and offers an excellent setting for weddings, family parties or corporate events. Nunnakatu 4 tel. +358 2 445 5999 info@naantalinkaivohuone.fi www.naantalinkaivohuone.fi

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MOOMINWORLD Tove Jansson was a Finnish author and visual artist whose Moomin characters are well-known all over the world. Moominworld, on Kailo Island just outside Naantali, is a theme park based on Jansson’s beloved stories. In Moominworld, you will meet the Moomin family and their friends and will have a chance to explore the fairytale island's wonders from the Moomin house to the Fairytale trail and from Snufkin's camp to Moomin Papa's boat. You must not forget about Theatre Emma; two different children’s plays are included in the ticket price! There are fantastic food options from Fillyjonk's Waffles to Thingumy and Bob's Ice Cream Bar. Check out the programme and services at www.muumimaailma.fi Remember to reserve at least a whole day for a visit to Moominworld so you have enough time to see the Moominhouse, Moomintroll’s house, Theatre Emma

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performances, the Fairy-tale trail, beach, Moominpappa's boat and other fun places.

Online tickets are always cheaper. And don’t forget cheaper family tickets available at www.muumimaailma.fi.

Moominworld is open from 9 June–12 August, 10am–6pm and 13–26 August, noon–6pm. One-day ticket at the gate €30 One-day ticket online €28 Free admission for children under 2 years old

Muumimaailma Oy tel. +358 2 511 1111 palaute@muumimaailma.fi www.muumimaailma.fi

Moomin Midwinter 17–25 February everyday 10am–4pm One-day ticket at the gate €22 One-day ticket online €20 Free admission for children under 2 years old

For discounted tickets visit www.vaski.fi

Väski Adventure Island/Muumimaailma Oy tel. +358 2 511 1111 info@vaski.fi www.vaski.fi


STEAMBOAT S/S UKKOPEKKA TURNS 80 ANNIVERSARY CRUISES Would you like to see the world's latest romantic invention? Climb aboard a real steamship and enjoy the archipelago atmosphere on a cruise. Naantali-Turku-Naantali cruises During the summer, day cruises run along the old steamship route from Naantali to Turku and from Turku to Naantali twice a day. There's fun in store for children: Pirate adventures, treasure hunting and the most popular ball pit in the entire archipelago. For adults, the archipelago restaurant provides a buffet. Departures from Tuesdays to Saturdays 8 June –17 Aug From Turku at 10am and 2pm From Naantali at 12noon and 4pm

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LOISTOKARI DINNER CRUISES FROM TURKU 16 MAY–1 SEPTEMBER

FINNLINES TRAVELS TO FINLAND AND THE ÅLAND ISLANDS

Summer evening cruises on board the S/S Ukkopekka run from Turku to the Loistokari dances. Evening cruises contain all the ingredients for a perfect summer's evening: Good archipelagostyle food with smoked fish and barbeque dishes, live orchestra and dancing. The boat’s been filled with great atmosphere and happy passengers!

Finnlines passenger and freight ships offer an easy option for travelling from Kapellskär to the Åland Islands and Finland around the year. There are two departures from Kapellskär, via Långnes, to Naantali every day.

May Wed–Sat 7pm–11pm June–August Tue–Sat 7pm–11pm Prices: €48/55 per person Enquiries and reservations: tel. +358 2 515 3300 myyntipalvelu@ukkopekka.fi www.ukkopekka.fi Special themed cruises are also available for groups: Adults archipelago adventure, Afterwork cruises & Lunch cruises.

The ferries have a buffet restaurant, bar, a low-cost tax-free shop, a children’s playroom and a variety of cabins to suit everyone. On this route, buffet meals are always included in the price of the crossing. The ferries welcome all passengers travelling by car, caravan, motorhome or bike! tel. +358 9 231 43 100 passenger@finnlines.com www.finnlines.com

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BE ACTIVE AND RECHARGE YOUR BATTERIES The seaside and archipelago town is a perfect place for anyone who is into or wants to try out sailing, boating, canoeing, swimming and SUP surfing. There are two ice rinks for ringette, ice hockey and figure skating. Naantali also has good football fields, plenty of terrain for orienteering and excellent athletics opportunities. There are facilities for basketball, volleyball, floorball and other indoor ball games in Maijamäki sports hall. Naantali Spa has pools for swimmers and an excellent

gym as well as a variety of different sports groups and fitness testing.

NATURE TRAILS AND RECREATIONAL TRACKS

There are two scenic golf courses in the area, Kultaranta Resort and Aurinko Golf, as well as disc golf and farmersgolf courses, tennis courts, a petanque pitch, jogging trails and a variety of fitness events such as SuperTreenit training sessions and the Sleepyhead morning jog. In the winter, the town facilitates ice swimming, provides cross-country skiing tracks and ploughs snow to make ice rinks on the sea.

Kultaranta Resort’s 80-hectare recreational area, with its nature trails, is located on Luonnonmaa, in the rugged and beautiful archipelago landscape. You can stop at a lean-to for a break and barbeque sausages on a bonfire. The island of Luonnonmaa contains 1.6km of illuminated running tracks with a leanto situated 800m from a training centre. Suovuori has 4km of illuminated running tracks while Merimasku has 2.2km and Rymättylä has 1.5km of running tracks.

Come and be active in Naantali! Visit www. naantali.fi > ‘What else to do’ to find out about various outdoor activities and sports available in Naantali. Organising an activity camp in Naantali? Please contact Maija Puolakanaho maija.puolakanaho@naantali.fi tel. +358 400 638 398

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TENNIS AND MINIGOLF In the summer, you can play tennis on Kailo Island and in Kirkkopuisto Park on clay courts maintained by the town of Naantali. In summertime the courts can be booked at the Nunnalahti kiosk 10am– 8pm or at www.naantali.fi (in Finnish).

Naantali provides excellent opportunities for doing a variety of sports. In the summer, you can also play tennis on the court at the Naantali Spa Hotel garden. The Spa Hotel’s mini golf is a fun way to spend time with your friends and family. Enquiries at Spa Hotel reception or at +358 2 44 550.

SCHOOL CAMPS IN NAANTALI AND THE ARCHIPELAGO We organise fun school camps with a scheduled programme in Naantali and the surrounding archipelago. Find out more at Visit Naantali, tel. +358 2 435 9800.


AURINKO GOLF A 27-hole golf centre in Naantali. A full 18 hole (par 72) course is situated amongst diverse surroundings with rocky pinewoods. The uneven terrain adds a challenge to the course. The 9-hole (par 30) course is open to everyone who wants to learn how to play golf. No handicap or greencard is required. The course is diverse, challenging and suitable for even experienced players. Vengantie 58, NAANTALI tel. +358 20 754 5900 www.aurinkogolf.fi

GOLF Choose comfortable accommodation in Naantali as the centre point of your golfing holiday, and, if you choose to, you can play on a different course for more than ten days. Aurinko Golf, Naantali www.aurinkogolf.fi

Kultaranta Resort, Naantali

Uudenkaupungin Golfklubi, www.ugk.fi Aura Golf, Turku, www.auragolf.fi Hirvensalon Golf, Turku, www.hirvensalongolf.fi Harjattula Golf, Turku, www.harjattulagolf.fi Meri-Teijo Golf, Teijo, Salo, www.meriteijogolf.com Salo Golf, www.salogolf.fi Wiurila Golf and Country Club, Salo, www.wgcc.fi

KULTARANTA RESORT Everything you could ever ask for on your holiday! This fascinating holiday and leisure destination offers versatile sports and wellness services, as well as first-rate entertainment and fabulous facilities for a holiday, corporate functions and celebrations around the year. With us, you can choose to play on a full-sized pay and play course with excellent conditions, on a mini golf course or a par 3 golf course as well as on a putting green. The magnificent Kultarannan Kuru nature trail is a great way to enjoy a brilliant day outdoors with a guide and

to admire the beautiful scenery in the archipelago. You can stop at a lean-to to barbeque sausages or make coffee on a campfire. Luhtihotel and the holiday apartments offer privacy and luxurious comfort, even for a more demanding guest. Our extensive service concept includes our first-rate home and guest harbour, Kultaranta Resort Marina. Särkänsalmentie 178, NAANTALI tel. +358 75 326 6000 myyntipalvelu@kultarantaresort.fi www.kultarantaresort.fi

www.kultarantaresort.fi Golf courses just an hour’s drive from Naantali: Kankaisten Golfpuisto, Masku, www.kgm.fi Archipelagia Golf, Parainen, www.archipelagiagolf.fi

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THE ANCIENT BONFIRES HAVE A HISTORICAL ORIGIN BUT ALSO A TOPICAL MESSAGE.

ANCIENT BONFIRES ARE LIT ACROSS THE ARCHIPELAGO IN LATE AUGUST When we talk about ancient bonfires, people often think of the historical role of bonfires as a way to signal to seafarers or warn locals of an approaching threat. The modern event bears elements of those beacon fires, but today they have a more peaceful significance.

The bonfires are lit on the last Saturday in August to signify the end of the summer season. Furthermore, they are lit in memory of those who never returned from the sea. The Night of the Ancient Bonfires also finds influences in another late summer celebration, the closing festivities of the Venetian villa season, which also has strong links with water and fire.

The ancient bonfires are also lit to celebrate the unity between the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea. The tradition began between Finland and Estonia in 1992 and has since spread to other countries around the Baltic. The event is becoming a shared tradition with the aim of highlighting the importance of the conservation of the Baltic Sea and the preserving of the region’s cultural heritage.

In Naantali, the event has grown into an end of season celebration. It is especially significant for those out on their boats, who can admire the line of bonfires from the sea.

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In Naantali the archipelago is close by. Naantali is part of the Archipelago Trail. The Small Archipelago Trail runs from Rymättylä to Nauvo and is a popular cycling route.

NAANTALI’S WONDERFUL ARCHIPELAGO NAANTALI GUEST HARBOUR Naantali’s guest harbour is known for its idyllic location at the heart of the old town. The cafés and restaurants are superior; why not come to Naantali and find unforgettable experiences. Naantali is the only town in Finland where you really feel as if you were in a Mediterranean seaside town. There is an extensive selection of shops, boutiques and galleries by the sea, without forgetting the brilliant people. Harbour Master tel. +358 45 605 6695 satamavouti@nvvs.fi, www.nvvs.fi

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Fees at naantali guest harbour 24 hours 29 € 24 hours/Kailo bridge 29 € Day fee 5 €/3 h - The fee for a longer stay is separately negotiated. Token (1 x wash + dry) €6 Weekly and 24 hour fees include electricity and admission to morning and evening public turns in the sauna. Check the sauna rota from the harbour office. Further information www.nvvs.fi

KULTARANTA RESORT MARINA Come and enjoy yourself at Kultaranta Resort Marina home and guest harbour, which offers an excellent service package to please even the more demanding sailing guests. The harbour has shower facilities, a sandy beach and a kiosk. You can also stay in the extremely stylish two-floor apartment with a delightful view from the terrace

overlooking the sea. Naantali’s enchanting Old Town is just a five-minute drive away, and Kultaranta Resort’s services are right on your door step.

Naantali, Luonnonmaa tel. +358 75 326 6000 www.kultarantaresort.fi


COMMUTER VESSELS ON THE ARCHIPELAGO TRAIL You don't necessarily need your own boat to reach the archipelago's fascinating and barren outer islands as there are commuter vessels which will take you to the furthest inhabited islands. Don't hesitate to embark on a voyage to see the beauty of the islands and experience genuine archipelago life – residents of the islands use these very same vessels. Information and advice on timetables: Archipelago Tourist Information tel. +358 400 117 123 www.saaristo.org www.lautta.net www.saaristonrengastie.fi www.ostern.fi www.finnferries.fi www.ely-keskus.fi www.liikennevirasto.fi

THE NIGHT OF THE ANCIENT BONFIRES 25 AUGUST The ancient bonfires were used to warn archipelago residents of the threat of danger. Nowadays they are used to honour the tradition. Residents of the archipelago light the bonfires on the last Saturday of August. Check the events of the night at www.visitnaantali.com.

the spring right after the ice thaws. General free-time fishing licences are available www.eraluvat.fi or for example R-Kioskis. A local fishing guide can take you to the best spots and give you tips and tricks on how to catch the biggest fish. Please don't hesitate to contact at Visit Naantali, tel. +358 2 435 9800.

THE BEST FISHING WATERS BRIDGE CLEARANCE HEIGHTS Särkänsalmi bridge 16,5 m Ukko-Pekka bridge 11 m Kirkonsalmi bridge 16 m

MERIMASKU GUEST HARBOUR Further information: tel. +358 40 512 9049 www.rantamakasiini.com AJOLANRANTA, RYMÄTTYLÄ Further information tel. +358 20 766 9960 www.ajolanranta.fi

RYMÄTTYLÄ GUEST PIER AND RÖÖLÄ SERVICE HARBOUR Further information: Town of Naantali tel. +358 2 434 5111

The archipelago provides excellent conditions all year round for sport fishing with rods or nets. The fishing season is at its best late in the autumn and in You can find a map of the Archipelago trail on the following page and pick up the map of the services in the area, for example, at Visit Naantali.

VAIHELA GUEST HARBOUR, VELKUA Further information: Archipelago Hotel Vaihela tel. +358 40 737 7240 www.vaihela.fi VELKUAN VIERASSATAMA, TEERSALO tel. +358 45 635 2800 www.oldsmuggler.fi

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Drive from Merimasku to Askainen and pop in to the Louhisaari Manor 23 (p.11), Marshal Mannerheim’s birth home for a guided tour. Enjoy a refreshing cup of coffee or lunch at the Louhisaari Manor café 23 .

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Kultaranta garden tel. +358 2 435 9800 2 Kultaranta Resort tel. +358 75 326 6000 3 Taattinen farm tel. +358 400 828 108 4 Restaurant Pohjakulma tel. +358 2 252 2771 5 Café Aava Ajolanranta tel. +358 20 766 9969 6 Mikola Organic Farmyard tel. +358 400 531 135 7 Tammiranta Hunajatila, Honey Farm tel. +358 400 520 712 8 Lomahyppäys tel. +358 400 532 641 9 Farmer's Golf tel. +358 400 520 576 10 Restaurant Otava tel. +358 2 252 1500 11 Café Tuulisolmu tel. +358 2 252 3000 12 Rymättylä Church 13 Rymättylä Local History Museum tel. +358 40 585 8222 14 Herring Tradition Centre Dikseli tel. +358 40 585 8222 14 Brinkhall Sparkling, tel. +358 40 775 9168 15 Paratiisisaari – Paradise Island tel. +358 500 787 580 16 Äärlän Renkitupa tel. +358 500 616 018 A Karhuvuoren observation tower Visit Naantali, tel. +358 2 435 9800 17 m/s Östern Hanka-Nagu tel. +358 400 720 606 18 Seili Island, tel. +358 40 156 0064 19 Restaurant Merimaskun Rantamakasiini tel. +358 40 512 9049 30 Kuppari-Hanna tel. +358 40 590 5379 31 Villa Augusta, Interior and lifestyle shop tel. +358 44 238 1428, Merimasku 32 Päiväkulma cottages B Top of Samppavuoren hill C Velkuanmaa nature trail

EMBARK ON THE SMALL ARCHIPELAGO TRAIL FROM NAANTALI Set off on the Small Archipelago Trail towards Rymättylä. Enjoy a tasty archipelago-style lunch at Restaurant Pohjakulma 4 in the village of Poikko. Remember to visit Restaurant Otava 10 and the Tuulisolmu bakery 11 and café while in Rymättylä centre - and don't forget to admire the wall paintings at Rymättylä Church 12 . Continue on to the Röölä summer store and explore the Herring Tradition Centre Dikseli and the Brinkhall Sparkling wine factory 14 . Drive to Hanka, where there is a connection to Nauvo via the Seili island on M/S Östern 17 . The small archipelago trail continues on through Parainen to Turku and back to Naantali. A bus service from Turku and Naantali also provides easy access to Hanka and to m/s Östern. The bus leaves from Turku Market Square by the Orthodox Church and stops at Naantali bus station on its way to Hanka.

SEILI ISLAND

FROM NAANTALI TO VELKUA AND TEERSALO If you head towards Merimasku from Naantali, you should visit Villa Agusta 31 , the Taattinen farm 3 for coffee or stop at the Merimaskun Rantamakasiini restaurant 19 for lunch. Continue towards Velkua; in Livonsaari you can stop at the village shop 28 or in Teersalo at the Vanha Salakuljettaja restaurant 29 . Take the ferry from Teersalo shore to Palva island, home to the attractive wooden church 20 (open on order for groups) and a memorial commemorating the naval battle of Palva. The ferry will take you on to the island of Velkuanmaa to the Archipelago Hotel Vaihela 21 . The Salavainen island in Velkua is home to the historic Haukka Farm 22 , which contains old fishing, farming and cattleherding equipment (open to small groups by prior arrangement). You can take a commuter vessel from Teersalo (no cars, check timetables) towards Hakkenpää in Taivassalo, from where you can easily continue on towards Kustavi and the Great Archipelago Trail (www.saaristo.org).

WELCOME TO MASKU, BIRTHPLACE OF MANNERHEIM! Continue your journey and explore the park dedicated to the Knights of the Mannerheim Cross 24 and the handsome Askainen church next to the park. Lemu and Masku’s medieval stone churches and Kankainen Manor 25 . are also well worth a visit. You can also spend your day on the Riviera beach, frisbeegolf course or in the Kankainen golf park. Or visit Kaituri Farm to see animals, crafts and the splendour of roses at the Rosarium. Kivimäki farm 26 offers a pleasant accommodation option. 9 June Anniversary of Ritaripuisto and Mannerheim "Marski" market 11 August Cucumber market 18 August Masku Market 25 August Night of the Ancient Bonfires 8 September “Lemust Leippä” market Further information: www.masku.fi maskunkunta@masku.fi www.kansallismuseo.fi/fi/louhisaari www.kankas.fi www.kaiturintila.fi www.saunaparoni.fi www.kivimaentila.fi www.louhisaarenkartano.fi

Seili Island 18 offers peaceful archipelago scenery, accommodation, history and restaurant services. The ferry Östern 17 . ) travels to the island during the summer months. There are daily guided tours on Seili Island in the summer. www.visitseili.fi.

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PARKING You are invited to park your car in the town’s car parks with metred parking. Please note that Naantali’s metred car parks now only accept card and mobile payments and not coins. Moomin car park has been marked on the attached map. There is a free, non-stop bus service from the Moomin car park to the old town. Kuparivuori car park is free-ofcharge. Find more information about parking in Naantali at www.naantali.fi.

PUBLIC TOILETS There is a public toilet, which can be accessed around the year, by the town hall; the toilet by the beach is open during the summer season.

BUS SERVICE

ATTRACTIONS ON THE MAP

Buses travelling from Turku to Naantali depart from the Turku market square (lines 6 and 7). The journey to Naantali takes around half an hour. Buses from Naantali depart from the bus station. The buses travel via Raisio, and the bus journey from Naantali to Raisio takes just over 15 minutes.

CULTURE 1 Atelier Pentti Koivikko 2 Atelier Galleria Kristiina Turtonen 3 Art Gallery Naantalin Taidehuone 4 Theatre Emma

Onnibus operates a direct return bus service from Helsinki via Turku to Naantali; please see www.onnibus.fi for tickets and timetables.

CAFÉS AND RESTAURANTS 5 Café Roma 5 Naantali Spa restaurants 6 Naantalin Aurinkoinen Louhisaari Manor’s café (see 23 , map on p. 40) 7 Steamship s/s Ukkopekka’s jetty 8 Restaurant Merisali 9 Naantalin Kaivohuone restaurant and terrace 10 Restaurant Trappi, Trapin piha, Föribaari and Café Santala 11 Kultaranta Resort (map p. 44) 12 Hasta la Pasta 13 Extraordinary café Vaihela (see 21 map on p. 40) 24 Snickari

BANK MACHINES Naantali’s bank machines are located on Tullikatu (opposite the market place) and in K-Supermarket Ellen. There are no bank machines in the old town or by the sea. Naantali Tourist Information Visit Naantali

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Home gallery/Atelier Heini Lies (map p. 44)

SHOPS AND SERVICES 5 Promenade 14 Wanha Naantali Kauppa shop 15 Moomin shop

Muotikulma Krisse Shop Putiikki Roosa Shop 18 Living Deauville Shop 19 Harbour master’s office 20 Naantalin Apteekki pharmacy 21 Pikku Pariisi second hand shop Kuppari-Hanna therapist (see 30 map on p. 40) Brinkhall Sparkling (see 14 map on p. 40) 16 17

ACCOMMODATION 5 Naantali Spa Hotel 25 Lintulan Pikkukodit 26 Naantali Spa Residence 27 Hotel Pusa 28 NaantalI family hotel 29 Naantali Camping Sinisorsa (see 27 , map on p. 40) 23 Luxuryvilla (map p. 44) 11 Kultaranta Resort (map p. 44) 30 Tammiston tila (map p. 44) 31 Luostarinkatu apartment for two 32 Villa Franck 33 B&B Villa Sukka 34 Oakhouse Tammitalo 35 Valliuksenkatu 36 Talo Mäkilä 37 Måsen 38 Villa Aurinko (map on p. 44) 42 Merimies Apartment (map on p. 44)

Taattinen farm (see 3 map on p. 40) Lomahyppäys (see 8 map on p. 40) Vaihela (see 21 map on p. 40) Päiväkulma cottages (see 32 map on p. 40) GROCERY SHOPS 39 K-Market 40 S-Market 40 Alko 41 K-Supermarket Ellen CRUISES 7 M/s Aavatar, cruises 7 S/s Ukkopekka, Turku, archipelago

SCENIC SEASIDE WALK Come and experience Naantali’s best scenery on the seaside walk. The route starts at Naantali Spa and brings you along the beautiful seaside to the old town. Take a moment and enjoy the atmosphere in the old town. Continue your walk along Rakkaudenpolku to Kuparivuori. You can continue your walk along the route all the way to Naantali Camping or, if you so wish, return along Mannerheiminkatu or through the market square.


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MAKE DISCOVERIES IN RAISIO

Raisio is the place to come to spot a bargain, arts and birds. The town is located between Turku and Naantali and is easy to reach by bus, bike and car. Mylly Shopping Centre, IKEA and many other superstores are located along ring road E18. The over 100 shops by Raisio Market Place also offer a great range of products and services. In the summertime, there are many nice events at the market place and an evening market on Thursdays. In addition to tourists, migratory birds also pop in for a visit in Raisio to break their long journey. The bird watching tower in Raisionlahti is a fine place for spotting peregrine falcons, phalaropes, little grebes, icterine warblers and many other birds. Raisio also has the largest boat harbour in Southwest Finland and is a good place to refuel and, if necessary, have a boat serviced.

Raisio Museum Harkko organises archaeological and contemporary art exhibitions, and Raisio's old granite church breathes history too. The library building is the centre of many events, and its lobby gallery showcases art exhibitions. Next to the library is the Ulpukka Swimming Centre, which also has an outdoor pool. In the Krookila Local History Centre, you will find summer theatre, lunch buffet, smoke sauna and a good selection of vintage Arabia tableware. The Rhododendron Park with its more than 100 different species is well worth a visit in the summer time.

More information www.raisio.fi

MYLLY SHOPPING CENTRE Southwest Finland's largest shopping centre is one of the most diverse shopping centres in the country. Mylly, which was revamped and extended in 2015, has an incredible 150 shops. The major fashion street, the specialist shops, from a toy shop to interior design shops, and extensive beauty, optician and pharmacy services ensure that the whole family enjoys shopping here. The 21 cafes and restaurants in the restaurant world pamper foodies from morning to late at night. A variety of events take place in Mylly around the year – for example, fashion shows, performances by top artists and the majorly popular Myllytys sales events beckon people to come and shop from near and far.

Families with children are one of Mylly’s most important customer groups. As a testimony to that, there are pleasant children's play areas and parenting rooms, as well as a diverse selection of children’s shops. All the shops in Mylly have the same opening hours.* Come and shop! Opening hours Mon–Fri 10am–9pm Sat 9am–7pm Sun 11am–6pm *does not apply to Alko and offices Longer opening hours on Sunday’s in December. Myllykatu 1, RAISIO See more information on the website. www.kauppakeskusmylly.fi

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27 JUL DRESS COMPETITION FOR CHILDREN

EVENTS IN NAANTALI 2018 JANUARY

6–20 June

Merimasku Theatre performances

21 Jan

7–10 June

Children’s Music Festival

5 June–2 Sep

Guided tours in Kultaranta Tue–Sun (p. 14)

8 June–17 Aug

Steamship S/S Ukkopekka runs between Turku and Naantali Tue-Sat (p. 33)

9 June–26 Aug

Moominworld open every day (p. 32)

9 June

Herring and new potato season opening event, Röölän ranta, Rymättylä

16 June

Suvilystit summer event, Merimasku

16 June

Livonsaari Day and smoked fish market 10am–2pm, Livonsaari community hall

22 June

Midsummer in Naantali: Flag ceremony at Kirkkopuisto park, dancing and bonfire at Kuparivuori

Oskar Merikanto 150th anniversary concert, Naantali

FEBRUARY 3–4 Feb

Naantali Music Festival, Winter Concerts

10 Feb

Valentine’s Day smoke sauna event, Herrankukkaro

11 Feb

Polar night concert, Rymättylä Chuch

17–25 Feb

Moomin Midwinter everyday 10am–4pm

MARCH 4 Mar

Traditional Ash Market 11am–4pm

31 Mar

Holy Saturday smoke sauna event, Herrankukkaro

APRIL - MAY 30 Apr–1 May

May Day celebrations in Naantali

23 June

Midsummer Jam, Wanha Salakuljettaja, Velkua

1 May

May Day party, Merimasku

25 June–13 Aug

25–27 May

Naantali Boat Show (p. 9)

Secrets of the medieval Convent Church guided tour every Mon 4pm (p. 16)

31 May

Love me Tinder opening night, Theatre Emma (p. 5)

26 June–12 Aug

Väski Adventure Island open every day 11am–6pm. (p. 32)

26 June–14 Aug

Kordelin – from poverty to Kultaranta guided tour in Old Town every Tue 4pm (p. 16)

26 June–12 Aug

Archipelago steamship adventure from Turku to Naantali and Kultaranta Tue–Sat (p. 17)

27 June 1 Aug

Following the footsteps of Risto Räppääjä film every Wed at 4:30pm (p. 16)

JUNE

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1 JUN - 31 AUG THE DRUMMER IN NAANTALI GUEST HARBOUR

1 June–31 Aug

Traditional drummer at Naantali harbour 7:55pm–8pm

1 June–31 Aug

Evening vesper from Naantali Church Tower at 8pm

5–16 June

Naantali Music Festival (p. 5)


27 June 15 Aug

4 Aug

Smoke & Swing smoke sauna event, Herrankukkaro

4 Aug

Cruise to Kustavi, Salmon market event in Kustavi (p. 17)

28 June–16 Aug

Guided art tour in Kultaranta Garden every Thu 1pm (p. 15)

4 Aug

Evening cruise from Old Town at 7pm (p. 17)

29 June–17 Aug

Mamsell Kupiainen and Presidents’ Kultaranta every Friday 1pm–2pm (p. 15)

4 Aug

Finland 101 event, Merimasku

6 Aug

Old Town flea market 11am–4pm

17–19 Aug

Naantali Costa Food event (p. 9)

18 Aug

Day trip to Louhisaari Manor from Turku (p. 24)

23 Aug

Naantali Day, 575th anniversary

25 Aug

Night of the Ancient Bonfires, fires lit in Naantali

25 Aug

Naantali Masquerade

25 Aug

Archipelago Music Festival, Wanha Salakuljettaja, Velkua

31 Aug–2 Sep

Veneet esillä–an exhibition of used boats, Naantali guest harbour

30 June

Beer and sausage event, Merimasku

30 June

Children's flea market, 11am–4pm, Itsenäisyyden puisto park, Naantali

30 June

Day trip to Louhisaari from Turku (p. 24)

JULY 1–31 July

Kirkkopuisto soi – park concert daily at 1pm, Naantali

1–31 July

Jukka Rintala’s sales exhibition, Wanha Raatihuone, Naantali

1 July–19 Aug

Mannerheiminkatu Flea Market every Sun 11am–4pm

4–29 July

“Rantalaiturilla soi” concerts Wed–Sun 6pm

SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER

Zumba in Kirkkopuisto park, Thursdays 7pm

1 Sep

K-50 Festival, Naantali (p. 9)

7 July

Food event, Merimasku

26–28 Oct

Lux Gratiae – illuminating the autumn event

7 July

Cruise from Taivassalo to Kustavi, Herring market I Taivassalo (p. 17)

27 Oct

Light in the darkness smoke sauna event

27 Oct

Halloween Walk, Naantali

7 July

Evening cruise from Old Town at 7pm (p. 17)

8 Dec

Unique Christmas sauna event, Herrankukkaro

9–22 July

Janette Räikkönen’s Dolls in Naantali exhibition, Tiiliholvi, Naantali

9 Dec

Children’s Christmas event in Naantali Old Town

11 July–15 Aug

Guided evening cruises from Old Town every Wed at 4:30pm (p. 17)

14 Dec

Adult’s Christmas party event, Herrankukkaro

15 Dec

Unique Christmas sauna event, Herrankukkaro

11 July–15 Aug

Evening cruise from Old Town every Wed at 7pm (p. 17)

24 Dec

Declaration of Christmas peace at 12 noon, Naantali Old Town

14 July

Traditional picnic in Kirkkopuisto park

14 July

Summer smoke sauna event, Herrankukkaro

14 July

Cruise to Kustavi, Volter Kilpi Festival event in Kustavi (p. 17)

14 July

Evening cruise from Old Town at 7pm (p. 17)

19 July

St. Bridget's night 6pm–midnight, Old Town, Naantali

20 July

Wino Tinttarella; cheese and Wine, Merimasku

21 July

Day trip to Louhisaari Manor from Helsinki and Turku (p. 24)

21 July

Röölä 580th anniversary 3pm onwards

21 July

St. Jacob's Market, Rymättylä

26–27 July

Sleepyhead festival, Naantali (p. 8)

27 July

Children's flea market, 11am–4pm at Itsenäisyyden puisto park, Naantali

28 July

Day trip to Louhisaari Manor from Turku (p. 24)

5 July–16 Aug

NAANTALI MUSIC FESTIVAL 5-16 JUNE

TAKE A CRUISE TO ENJOY THE ARCHIPELAGO, P. 17

26 - 27 JUL SLEEPYHEAD MARKET

24 DEC THE TRADITIONAL DECLARATION OF CHRISTMAS PEACE

AUGUST 2–5 Aug

Finnish Harley Weekend, Naantali

4 Aug

Archipelago traditions event, Naantali (p. 9)

4 Aug

Ford Mustang cars in Naantali

4 Aug

Sock knitting day, Naantali

We reserve the right to make changes to the programme. Each party participating in this brochure is to deliver material itself. Naantalin Matkailu Oy is responsible only for the quality and content of its own products and services.

101 years and 12 presidents tour in Kultaranta Garden every Wed 1pm (p. 15)

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Visit Naantali – Naantali Holiday 2018  

Visit Naantali 2018 brochure in English

Visit Naantali – Naantali Holiday 2018  

Visit Naantali 2018 brochure in English

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