Naantali - Nådendal
Naantali is considered to have been founded on 23rd of August in 1443, when the King Christopher granted the charter to allow for the building of the convent at Ailostenniemi.

When the convent operations ceased at the end of the 1500s, it crippled the town to the point where Naantali was not even listed as a town in any documents from 1540. At the beginning of the 1700s, the water from Viluluoto Spring was discovered to be beneficial in alleviating the symptoms of many illnesses. This health spring set the foundation for the development of spa activities in Naantali.

The Moomin World (Finnish: Muumimaailma, Swedish: Muminvärlden) is the Moomin Theme Park especially for children, based on the Moomin books by Tove Jansson. Moomin World is on the island of Kailo beside the old town of Naantali. There are many activities and fantasy paths for children there. Moomin World is open daily from mid-June to mid-August
 

     

Entrepreneurs of Naantali:

 

Visit the Moomin World Theme Park in Naantali. Phone +358-2-511 1111

www.muuminmaailma.fi

   

Väski Adventure Island in Naantali. Phone +358-2-511 1111

www.vaski.fi

             
 

Naantali Camping
Accommodation, cottages
Phone: +358-2-4350855

 

Tammiston Tila Accommodation, cottages
Phone: +358-44-5104293


     
   

Nature Experiences

     

Other Services

   
 

myKayak. We are specialized in Sea Kayaking activities and teaching Sea Kayak building.

www.mykayak.fi

   

Lenas Sightseeing. Sightseeing in Turku and its surroundings with an authorized guide.

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  Skärgårdshavets Naturskola
Phone:+358-2-4106600
     

           
  Aavameri Open-Air Adventures / seakayaking
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  Metsänhiipijä
skiing tours
hiking tours
theme excursions
Phone: +358-40-7350025
       

 

 

Destination Finland Seaside Kb.  Partner to:

Metsähallitus - State enterprise

 

 

And member of:

The Federation of Finnish Enterprises

   
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