Directions to Teijo
Teijo National Park is located in the municipality of Salo, south of the Turunväylä road (Finnish National Road 1). Teijo is 20 km from Salo, 80 km from Turku, 140 km from Helsinki and 200 km from Tampere. Lake Matildanjärvi is 6 km from the village of Teijo.
To the Hiking Trails
Hiking trails start at the Kirjakkala, Matildanjärvi, Punassuo and Laviakallio parking areas, among others. Starting points for the hiking trails.
By Bus to Teijo
There is a daily local bus service no. 3 (salonpaikku.fi, in Finnish) from Salo to Mathildedal. There is a two kilometre walk to the national park from the village. In summer, during school holidays, there is a bus service (salonpaikku.fi, in Finnish) to the national park’s Matildanjärvi parking area.
There is a bus service (matkahuolto.fi) to Salo and Perniö.
Vainion Liikenne operates bus services (vainionliikenne.fi) on the following routes: Salo-Perniö-Taalintehdas and Kemiö-Ylönkylä-Perniö. These services have a stop on Kemiöntie at the Teijo intersection. There is a roughly 6 km distance to the Visitor Centre from this bus stop.
By Train to Salo
The closest train station (vr.fi) to Teijo National Park is in Salo (distance 20 km).
By Car to Teijo
Jeturkasti parking area, Skoilantie 354, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Kariholma parking area, Matildanjärventie 20, Salo. Winter maintenance.
Kirjakkala parking area, Hamarinjärventie 88, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Laviakallio parking area, Sauruntie 910, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Matildanjärvi parking area, Matildanjärventie 86, Salo. Winter maintenance.
Miilunummi parking area, Talonpojan Teijon tie 265, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Mikkossuo parking area, Teijontie 552, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Nenustannummi parking area, Sauruntie 647, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Piikanummi parking area, Lankkerintie 288, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Punassuo parking area, Leppäkorventie 585, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Sahajärvi parking area, Teijontie 12, Salo. No winter maintenance.
Please note that the parking areas are generally accessible during winter due to minor snowfall, even if they are not all ploughed.