REPOSAARI CHURCH • This Norwegian style fell church is worth a visit – the combination of the hexagonal church building, octagonal belfry and the monument to the torpedo boat S2 in the adjacent park are the embodiment of the Reposaari mentality.
RESTAURANTS • How about a meal made from fresh local seafood at Restaurant Merimesta or Restaurant Reposaari? Or maybe you’d prefer a traditional home-cooked meal at the Patria lunch restaurant? You won’t have to go hungry in Reposaari.
Tickle your imagination by going on an adventure around the structures of Reposaari fortress.
Engravings and confessions carved in stone can be seen over a distance of several kilometres in Takaranta shore. The shore offers also a stunning view of the open sea.
The architect of the Reposaari church completed in 1876 is unknown, but as far as is known, the drawings of the church were ordered from Stockholm. The church is hexagonal, the bell tower octagonal.
The cared-for lake shore park and a small lake decorate the yard of Junnila. In addition to nature, beautiful buildings and stone walls make Junnila a popular spot for taking photographs.
You can spend a nice day in the beautiful and diverse nature of the islands.
A cosy and secluded guest harbour in Reposaari in Pori, near the Bothnian Sea National Park. You can come to the marina by car or boat, there is plenty of parking space for both.
Siikaranta Camping is a natural camping area located by the open sea, offering cottage accommodation, caravan and car places and tent sites.
Go on a cruise aboard a water bus to experience one of the most unusual places in the Nordic region.