Yyteri beach is part of the internationally acknowledged Natura and nature conservation area. The land area of Yyteri beach is owned by the City of Pori and it comprises the beach area, a nudist beach, two toilets, wooden footpaths along the beach, stairs in the beach area, the entrance area to the beach along with the barbeque area and carpark. The total recreation area is around 39 hectares. Yyteri is open every day of the year, not just in the summer.
Services in the summer season 2019
In 2019, the summer season in Yyteri is from the beginning of June to the end of August. The board displaying the water quality information is on the outside wall of the changing rooms by the entrance to the beach. During the summer season, the changing rooms and toilets are open daily at 10-21.
Between 15 June and 15 August, there is a lifeguard at the beach daily at 12-18.
The barbeque area by the entrance to the beach is open during the summer season 2018, and wood will be provided.
Contact numbers during the summer season
Beach caretakers, The City of Pori, +358 44 701 1757
Lifeguards, Sport Kings, +358 44 701 1759
The dog beach is at Merisatamantie 13. There is visitor carpark opposite the Port of Pori building, on the other side of the road. There is a path to the beach from the carpark. You can also come here using local buses 31, 31K, 37 or 40M.
There is plenty of sand and the sky is the limit to creativity. Yyteri offers countless activities for families with children and other light-footed visitors.
If you fancy a break from the beach, the Yyteri Hotel & Spa invites you for a splash in the pools, or why not stop by the Yyteri viewing tower for some beautiful views?
You can go birdwatching in the midst of beautiful nature, or book a boat tour and explore the sea. You could also go to Adventure Park Huikee, where there are courses for everyone: the small and the tall, the experienced and the cautious ones.
There are also plenty of other activities in the area. There is something to do for everyone.
Hiking routes and trails
In addition to the Yyteri sands, you can head for the Yyteri bird shore, a particular favourite of waders. We do recommend the silt shore to all birdwatchers. The silt shore is around 3-5 km from the sand dunes, depending on where you start. You can also take the longer route and take in parts of the Bothnian Sea National Park. The route is marked with signs and the bird shore area is covered with duckboards. Thanks to the numerous platforms, access to the bird shore is easy. There are in fact several platforms and 15 viewing towers for nature enthusiasts along the route. Meanwhile, there are more than 30 kilometres of hiking trails.