The Stubben comprises two islands close to each other: Lillskär and Storskär, which have served as a base for fishermen since the 16th century.
A wooden daymark, built in the 1850s, is standing on Storskär.
A combined lighthouse and pilot station was built on Lillskär in 1954. Pilot operations ended and the lighthouse was automated in the 1960s.
Euref-Fin (~ WGS84) lat: 63°31.556 ' lon: 22° 09.641' ETRS-TM35FIN: N: 7056227 E: 3259564
Connections and Maps
- The closest harbours which can be reached by car are at Brännskata fishing harbour Euref-Fin (~ WGS84) lat: 63°30,005' lon: 22° 18.084' ETRS-TM35FIN: N: 7052839 E: 3266342
- Topographic map (1:50 000) nrot ,Q331, Q333
- Topographic map (1:20 000) nro,134304
- Nautical chart serie 957 Merenkurkku, 1:250 000
- A marked fairway leads to Stubben (solrutten.fi).
- Information on Stubbens pier (solrutten.fi, in swedish)
- Stubbens nature trail has its starting point near the pier and take you to the the lighthouse.
- Dry toilet
- A waste disposal terminal maintained by the Keep the Archipelago Tidy Association (pidasaaristosiistina.fi) is situated by pier.
- Lighting any campfires is strictly forhibited if the forest fire warning or the grass fire warning is in effect. Always check the current warnings (en.ilmatieteenlaitos.fi). This prohibition does not apply to cooking shelters or other fireplaces with a flue. There are no cooking shelters or other fireplaces with a flue on the island.
- You have to bring your own drinking water
- Pets must be kept on a leash when moving around the island.
- Keep to the trails during the period 1.5 – 15.7 in order not to disturb the birdlife during the nesting season.
- Read more about mobile phone coverage (112.fi).
- Protecting yourself against ticks and insects
- Check which fishing licenses you need (eraluvat.fi).
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.
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.