Individual arrival to Turku. Accommodation in ***hotel in city centre. Explore Turku, the oldest city in Finland in the afternoon. You are welcome to store extra luggage at the hotel during your tour.
Day 2. Turku – Nagu (Nauvo in Finnish), 55 km
The first day of cycling will take you through the small archipelago towns of Kaarina and Pargas before arriving at the island of Nagu by ferry. The city centre of Pargas offers great opportunitites for a detour if you want to visit museums or the big open limestone mine. There are also be several idyllic cafées and handicraft shops. The ferry to Nagu departures every 15 minutes. Your accomodation on Nagu will be in the tiny, but rather lively Nagu village.
Day 3. Nagu – Naantali, 35 km
After breakfast you will start by boarding, the morning or midday ferry over to Rymättylä. The ferry ride through the many islands is about one hour. Soon after the ferry you can stop and climb up to the WW2 air surveillance tower for a view over the islands. Before reaching the busy Naantali you will pass Kultaranta, the summer residence of the president of Finland. Your accommodation is in Naantali city centre near the water front. In the evening you have time to explore the cosy wooden houses and restaurants along the shore line.
Day 4. Naantali – Turku, 15 km
The third day is only a short distance back to Turku. A detour to the island of Ruissalo can be recommended. Drop off your bikes at your hotel and enjoy the evening in Turku with a walk along river Aura.
Individual departure from Turku.
Archipelago Visit price
|Electrical bike supplement||
|Luggage transport/ person||125,00 €|
|Extra night in Turku/ person||
|Extra night in Nagu/ person||75,00 €|
The price includs accommodation in shared double room with breakfast (4), bike with helmet and panniers, storage of excess luggage in Turku, required ferry tickets and Route Guide with map.
The optional luggage transport is available on Sunday arrivas, but not on June 3 and 24, July 18 and August 19. For groups on request.
The tour is available for start every day during the season from mid May to the first week in September.