Living Ironworks Heritage in Beautiful Natural Settings
Location: Southwest Finland Region, the area of Salo (www.salo.fi). Read more
Arrival: By car and public transportation. Read more
Activities: Hiking, fishing, cycling. Read more
Sights: The Finnish nature in a nutshell: herb-rich forests, rocks, spring fens and lakes. History of iron works: dammed lakes and the restored buildings of Kirjakkala. Read more
Suitability: Suitable for visitors of all ages and conditions all year. Partly suitable for the disabled.
Services: Teijo Nature Centre (hiking guidance, café, equipment rental), accommodation and conference facilities, lean-to-shelters, a camping area, campfire sites, cooking shelters, dry toilets, waste disposal point, caravan sites, guided tours in for all, from day care and school groups to senior citizens. Services of cooperating partners are also available. Read more
Trails: Around 50km of marked trails (1.5–10km). Trails suitable for the physically disabled (a total of 3km). Snow conditions permitting, a skiing trail maintained by a partner (5km). Read more
This is the web page www.nationalparks.fi/teijo
The area is managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland, address: Kärsämäentie 8, 20300 Turku, Finland.