Experience the vibrant and lively atmosphere of Nagu, where you can enjoy restaurant life, an active harbour, events, beaches, forests, nature trails, and the sea
For the visitor, Nagu is restaurant life, an active port, events, beaches, forest, nature trails and sea
Nagu is a charming and vibrant archipelago community with its approximately 1,500 inhabitants and 3,000 islands. During summer, the number of people multiplies as Finns come to their cottages and tourists visit the area. Nagu has long served as a link between the outer archipelago and the mainland. Nagu is far enough away to be an archipelago idyll and close enough to be easily reached from the mainland buzz. The ferry between Nagu and Pargas takes ten minutes and is free.
Nagu is a stunning coastal town located on the southwestern tip of Finland, offering breathtaking views of the archipelago and an idyllic island lifestyle. With its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty, Nagu is a gem that's waiting to be explored.
The guest harbour in Nagu is a popular destination for boaters and tourists alike, offering a comfortable and convenient place to dock and explore the town. With a variety of small shops and multiple restaurants nearby, visitors can indulge in delicious cuisine and peruse unique souvenirs while taking in the charming seaside atmosphere.
Nagu boasts a network of picturesque nature trails that wind through its lush forests, rocky shores, and tranquil countryside. These trails provide the perfect opportunity for hikers and nature enthusiasts to discover the beauty of the archipelago's diverse flora and fauna, all while soaking up the peaceful atmosphere of this hidden gem on the coast of Finland.
Relax and unwind
Nagu is home to several stunning beaches, each with its own unique charm and character. Whether you're looking to soak up the sun, take a dip in the clear waters of the archipelago, or simply unwind and relax on the shore, Nagu's beaches offer an idyllic escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Where to sleep in Nagu
Choose between cottages by the sea, charming B&B's near the city centre or live like a local in beautiful AirBNB's
The first urban area on the Archipelago Trail, accessible via four sea bridges. The shops are located on Malmen, close to the charming channel flowing through the city. Gamla Malmen is a historic wooden house area that is worth visiting for a walking tour. Don't forget to see Finland's largest limestone mine, which can be viewed from a vantage point.
Nagu serves as a link between the outer archipelago and mainland, offering an archipelago idyll while still being easily accessible from the mainland. The area offers a variety of activities such as restaurant, port, events, beaches, forest, nature trails and sea.
Korpo offers many activities and sights such as restaurants, shopping, nature trails, and places to visit like the gray stone church and archipelago museum. Korpo is known for its rich art and cultural life, including Korpo Sea Jazz and artist residencies.
Houtskär is known for its tranquility, beautiful nature, unique Swedish-speaking culture and dialect, small community and ferry connections between islands. The area offers a unique boutique hotels and delicious burgers at the guest harbor during summer.
Iniö is an isolated part of the Finnish mainland’s archipelago, on the border of Åland. It can be reached in the summer by ferry from Houtskär in the south and year-round by ferry from Kustavi in the north. Iniö is known for its idyllic architecture, small old village communities, scenic dirt roads and boathouses. The area offers a wide range of services and the beach is never far away.
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Get more out of your stay with a guided activity, kayak, or boat tour.