The Czarina of Russia, Dagmar, enjoyed the Källviken spring and surrounding marine environment of Tammisaari at the end of the 19th century. That's why Källviken is now called Dagmar Park. Visitors can get a marvellous view of the seascape from the rock formations around the spring, where there is a memorial stone commemorating Czar Alexander III and his fiancée Princess Dagmar of Denmark and, naturally, the soothing sound of a burbling spring. Spend a day on the beach sunbathing or gaze out at the sea from the rocky shoreline. Go for a brisk hike through the aromatic pine forest on easy trails together with your family or arrive by boat for a romantic outing, much like the Czar and Czarina did.
The Czarina's Visit to a Bubbling Spring
Location: Southern Finland, Uusimaa, Raseborg
Arrival: By boat, car and public transportation. Read more on how to get to Dagmar Park.
Activities: Backpacking, berry picking, mushroom picking, boating.
Sights: Dagmar's spring, stone commemorating the visit by Czar Alexander III and his fiancée Princess Dagmar of Denmark, beautiful seascapes
Suitability: Day trip destination for the whole family - boaters also welcome
Services: Information board, dry toilet, mixed waste collection point and pier. Read more about services at Dagmar Park.
Trails: Trail leading from the parking area to Dagmar's spring and the "Czar's table". The trails are a few kilometres in total length. Visitors in wheelchairs can reach a part of Dagmar Park with assistance.
The address of this page is nationalparks.fi/dagmarpark
The site is managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland, Southern Finland.
- Established 2016
- Area 40 hectares
- Fiskars Corporation has transferred Dagmarsparken to Metsähallitus in 2017 for one hundred years onwards.
- More information about history and nature (fiskarsgroup.com).