Uusikaupunki - Nystad municipality
The city and municipality of Uusikaupunki are located in the Finland Proper region, in south-western Finland. The municipality has a population of 15,828. The language is Finnish. Its name in both Finnish and Swedish (Nystad) means "new town".

In 1617, the town of Uusikaupunki was founded, with the rights of commerce, by decree of Gustav II Adolf, the king of Sweden. In 1721, Uusikaupunki hosted the signing of the Peace of Nystad, which ended the Great Northern War between Sweden and Russia.

It was an important port for commerce and fishing up to the 19th century, and as of the latter half of the 20th century, retained a significant ship building industry.

Entrepreneurs of Uusikaupunki:

Santtiorannan leirintäalue
Uusikaupunki. Santtiorannan leirintäalue. Accommodation, cottagesPhone: +358-2-8423862

Villa Wohde
Uusikaupunki. Villa Wohde   Accommodation, cottagesPhone: +358-440-232324