Ekenäs is Finland's seventh oldest town and the first of the non-medieval towns. King Gustav Wasa granted town rights to Ekenäs on 15 December 1546, but even before that Ekenäs played a significant role in maritime transport. Today it is mostly noted for its archipelago, part of which is the Ekenäs Archipelago National Park. The old, mainly ...
The seaside town of Ekenäs (or Tammisaari in Finnish) is an ideal day-trip destination for families with children, as well as for those with an interest in history and nature. With regular connections by rail and by bus, this picturesque coastal town is easy to get to, and once there its compact size makes it easy to explore.
The sea and the nature are part of everyday life Ekenäs is a maritime city. There are various marinas, a beach in the middle of the city and rocky beaches in Ramsholmen. The sea freezes during winter, but the ice swimmers continue with their hobby in the outdoor swimming facilities of Stallörsparken.
In commercial partnership with Visit Raseborg The sea always offers a sense of timelessness , and islands are a great place for adventure. Ekenäs Archipelago National Park is a genuine treasure trove, with sheltered harbors offering a safety net for seafarers.
Ekenäs Archipelago National Park Enjoy an unforgettable summer outing to this lovely part of Finland's coastal archipelago with its larger wooded islands, small rocky islets and open seascapes. Watch majestic white-tailed eagles soaring overhead.
Ekenäs Archipelago National Park. 205 64 4613 firstname.lastname@example.org Website. Ekenäs Archipelago National Park invites visitors to enjoy an unforgettable summer outing to this lovely part of Finland’s coastal archipelago with its larger wooded islands, small rocky islets, and open seascapes. Visitors might see majestic white-tailed eagles ...
The Ekenäs Archipelago National Park offers a wide range of experiences for nature lovers, cultural history and fishing enthusiasts, as well and other visitors moving on the water. There are sheltered natural harbours and picturesque coves for boaters or kayak users, where you can enjoy the peace and leisurely atmosphere.
Ekenäs is in the province of Southern Finland, and is part of the Uusimaa ( Swedish: Nyland) region. The town had a population of 14,754 (as of 31 December 2008) and covered a land area of 726.73 square kilometres (280.59 sq mi). The population density was 20.30 inhabitants per square kilometre (52.6/sq mi).