Summer evening, the water is mirror-like. An island in the background. Boats moored in the bays of the wooded islet.


With its beautiful smooth rocks, Fladalandet has served as a popular natural harbour over the years. The bays and flads (a brackish-water lagoon) of Fladalandet are a paradise for boaters seeking a calm, sheltered harbour in which to stay overnight. 

Pack a picnic basket and come and enjoy an unforgettable day in the Ekenäs Archipelago National Park. Fladalandet is an excellent destination for day trips.

It is best suited for boats with a shallow draft. For sailing boats, there are also suitable sheltered areas that are good for mooring. But watch out for the shallows - they can be treacherous!



Euref-Fin (~ WGS84) lat: 59° 51.20' lon: 23° 24.03' ETRS-TM35FIN: N: 6640560 E: 298412

Directions and Maps

Nearest harbour you can reach by car:

Then by taxi boat (visitraseborg.com) to the Ekenäs archipelago nationalpark in the summer.

Printed maps

  • Hanko Hiittinen Tammisaari waterproof yachting chart, 1:50 000, Karttakeskus 2022.

  • Helsinki Porkkala Jussarö waterproof yachting chart, 1:50 000, Karttakeskus 2022.

  • Outdoor GT Map Southern Finland, 1:250 000, Karttakeskus 2019.

  • Terrain map K343, 1:50 000, National Land Survey of Finland 2010.

  • Terrain map no. 2013 02, 03, 05, 1:20 000, National Land Survey of Finland 2002.

  • Chart folio, 1:50 000, Series B Helsinki-Parainen, page 635, Traficom.

  • Excursionmap

By boat to Ekenäs Archipelago

The archipelago destinations can be best reached by boat.

Enterprises offer boat transport and cruises to the national park on request.


  • Rock and anchor mooring
  • Fladalandet is best suited for boats with a shallow draft.
  • It is recommended that deep-draft boats moor in the bay closest to Skedöfaret.
  • There may be swells from Skedöfaret

A windless summer day. A motorboat moored in a natural harbour. In the background, a motorised sailboat passes by.

Other Services

  • Campfire place
  • Dry toilet
  • Tent site
  • Information board
  • table and benches



112 Emergency Number

If you have an emergency during your trip, such as getting lost, injured or finding a wildfire, call 112. Read more detailed emergency instructions.

Download the 112 Finland application (112.fi) to your phone. When an emergency call is made through the 112 Finland application, the emergency centre attendant is automatically informed of the caller's location.

It is recommended to keep the mobile phone warm and to bring extra food and water with you. There are many excursion locations with no mobile coverage and some mobile phones does not work in sub-zero temperatures, that is why it is always a good idea to let someone know about your itinerary and timetable.

Outdoor Etiquette

A cartoon picture of a family walking on a summer path.

1. Respect nature.

2. Mainly use marked trails.

3. Camp only where it is allowed.

4. Light your campfire only where it is allowed.

5. Do not litter.

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