Enjoy the spledour of a Finnish summer along its beatiful south coast
from the southernmost point of Finland its capital. An excellent tour
and a most varied route including a bit of everything.
An excellent cycling
holiday through charming harbour towns and
tourist attractions takes you from the southernmost
point of Finland to its capital - Helsinki. The route
follows the historical King´s road – a link that
once connected the most important towns of the
kingdom of Sweden and was later extended to St.
Petersburg in Russia. With a rich cultural heritage,
you can sample Finland’s Swedish speaking
community’s way of life.
Hanko-Helsinki South Coast:
7 days / 6 nights
Arrivals: on sundays
Guaranteed departures: Rates (per person and doubleroom): Starting
xxx euros (self-guided) or xxx euros (guided)
Accommodation and breakfast in a shared double room or single/single
use room (supplement), luggage transfers.
Not included: Flights, transfers from and to Raseborg, meals (except breakfasts),
Single supplement: xxx euros (for 6 nights)
Bike rental: xxx euros (touring bike) xxx euros (eBike)
Accommodations (6 nights)
- Raseborg (2 nights) two first nights
- Fiskars Village (1 night) 3rd night
- Siuntio Spa (1 night) 4th night
- Espoo Bodom (1 nights) 5th night
- Helsinki Center (1 night) 6th night
- Optional nights in Helsinki after the tour possible
Itinerary (5 days cycling)
Day 1: Arrival
Individual arrival to Raseborg, a lovely seaside
town is known for its cosy centre. Here majority of
locals speaks Swedish and are proud to share their
traditional way of life.
Day 2: Hanko-Raseborg (train ride + 57km)
The cycling tour begins from Hanko, located at end
of a long peninsula and is the southernmost point
of mainland Finland. Bursting with life in summer
the town has attracted visitors for generations.
Picturesque villas and spa hotels remind you of the
grandeur of times gone by.
Day 3: Raseborg-Fiskars Village (47km)
Follow the colourful events of Raseborg´s history.
Its famous gems include the Middle Age Raseborg
Castle Ruins and the former iron work villages of
Billnäs and Fiskars founded in the 17th century.
Today Fiskars Village is well known as the centre of
Finnish art and design and offers plenty to see and
do. The resort is very popular among cyclists thanks
to the excellent MTB trail centre.
Day 4: Fiskars Village-Siuntio Spahotel
(57km+bus or 83km)
Every cycling enthusiast will love the 3rd leg of our
tour which offers great variety of landscapes and
strolling roads plus short ferry rides to Barösund
island for a lunch. If you feel fit, you can easily tackle
the entire distance of 83 kilometres. But you can
also take it easier and end this leg to Inkoo and hop
on to our bus/taxi ride.
NOTE! The three-day short break tour ends in Inkoo.
You can easily combine this tour with, for example,
the Helsinki weekend cycling tour.
Day 5: Siuntio-Espoo Bodom (55km)
Onwards to the capital. As with day 4, our cycling
route follows the King´s road that winds and
through villages, farms and manors. As the tour
continues the old road merges with urban areas
while still providing rural scenery just outside
Finland’s capital. Overnight stay in Espoo Bodomlake next door to Nuuksio National Park.
Day 6: Espoo Bodom-Helsinki (55km)
The last leg of our tour brings you back to the
sea. The enjoyable cycle path literally follows the
shoreline and passes several beaches cafes and
restaurants. And before you know it you will reach
the city centre and goal of your cycle tour.
Day 7: Spare time in Helsinki.
After five days on cycling you can relax and spend a
day in Helsinki.
Day 8: Individual departure