Enjoy the proximity of the sea and beautiful scenery on the Pori archipelago road. You’ll also get to visit the idyllic village of Ahlainen.
Sometimes the journey feels like hard work and reaching your destination is a relief. When you’re driving on the archipelago road, however, you can leave the stress of daily life behind and rest your eyes and soul on the beauty that surrounds you. The road features nature at its most pristine, and there are also impressive man-made structures in the form of bridges, buildings and wind turbines.
The small village of Ahlainen provides a refreshing and idyllic resting place for the weary traveller. It is a nationally significant cultural environment that is best enjoyed by walking down the quaint streets with an ice cream in your hand.
WIND TURBINES • The massive propellers may divide opinion, and some people have even expressed concerns about the dangers they pose to bats. But one thing is for certain: wind turbines are an impressive sight.
CHURCH • The beautiful church, built in 1796, and its slightly newer separate belfry are a fascinating part of Finnish history.
A whole day full of relaxed driving along the coastal roads of Pori kicks off right here!
Kallo is a small rocky island that can be reached by driving straight along National Road 2, even all the way from Helsinki. The atmosphere of Kallo leaves a mark in every visitor’s heart.
Reposaari, Räfsö, Räpsöö, Reffzöö – the island is known by many names. It has a lot to offer to openminded travellers.
The two-nave wooden church built by Salomon Köykkä-Köhlström was completed in 1796. The bell tower, separated from the church, was designed by Carl Ludvig Engel.Tips
The Cottage and smoke sauna can be reserved for one night, or a whole week’s holiday.
Anttoora Holiday Village is situated in the scenic Meri-Pori by the sea.
Culture and nature come together at Ahlainen.