Start your morning by watching nature awaken to the new day. What’s the weather like today? What birds can you spot with your binoculars? What plants do you see on your morning walk? Every day is a new adventure.
Spend the daytime hours walking through forests or climb up to a nature observation tower for a new perspective. Stop at a campfire spot to eat lunch on the go. In the winter, you can ski instead of walking.
As the sun sets, the world grows darker, but nature is still full of life. Feast your eyes on the starry sky over the sea or spend a nightless night with your toes in the soft sand of Yyteri beach.
More than a dozen nature observation towers give you a fresh perspective on the life of our winged friends. Start from the Sannannokka tower, for example, and move on to the others at your own speed.
Walk at your own speed or try Nordic walking with poles. The journey is the treasure and pleasure is your destination.
Yyteri beach looks great from the sea. One rewarding way to take in the Bothnian Sea is to go stand up paddleboarding at your own speed. You can also go canoeing or try your hand at fishing.
Perk up your ears and head out to the forests of Yyteri. The hooting of the owls is music to your ears and, if you’re lucky, you might even see an owl with your very own eyes. Be sensitive to nature and it will be sensitive to you.
Be careful when you’re hopping across the rocky shores of Kallo. Be especially cautious if you decide to act like an ibex during breeding season. You can’t avoid feeling romantic on these seakissed rocks, as you enjoy the view.
Biking on the beach? Why not? Hop on the saddle of this feat of human ingenuity to enjoy a ride across any kind of terrain, from the soft sands to the uneven trails in the forests. Contact Adventure Park Huikee to rent a fatbike.
Fill up your thermos, adjust the driver’s seat, let your co-driver work the radio and ask the passengers to have their phone cameras ready – a whole day full of relaxed driving along the coastal roads of Pori kicks off right here!
The Takaranta shore of Reposaari is a rocky shoreline running for a few kilometres, starting next to the jetty and running all the way to Tahkoluoto.
Yyteri in Pori is the first travel destination in Finland to be awarded the Green Key certificate. Green Key is one of the world’s leading environmental certification systems in the travel industry.