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Vaaljoki Frisbee Golf Course

In Vaaljoki village in Eura there is a 9 hole forested frisbee golf course. The course is suitable for beginners. (more…)

Fishing on Lake Köyliönjärvi

Lake Köyliönjärvi is located in the eastern half of the lake Pyhäjärvi area in the village Köyliö in Säkylä municipality and supports a wide range of fishing. (more…)

Lake Metsäjärvi Nature Trail

Metsäjärvi Nature Trail is located near the village of Kankaanpää, to the south-east of lake Köyliönjärvi.

The nature trail begins at the Kaarnikka Wilderness Centre. The trail winds through covered forests and eventually leads to a shelter and campfire site on lake Metsäjärvi’s shore. A map of the route can be found here.

The length of the trail is about 5.5 km but this can be shortened if you turn back at the shelter.

The starting point at road Kaarnikantie has an information board.

Pappila Swimming Beach, lake Köyliönjärvi

Pappila’s public swimming beach is located on lake Köyliönjärvi’s western side and has changing room facilities, a dry toilet and a shelter.

Address: Pappilantie 114, Köyliö

Kuhankuono Hiking Route

Kuhankuono Hiking Route is a network of hiking trails located in the region of Southwest Finland. There are three Kuhankuono trails in the Yläne area: The Two Lake Tour, Vaskijärvi Trail and Pirunkirkko’s Hike. In addition, there are other Kuhankuono hiking trail options in the Kurjenrahka National Park and it vicinity, such as round Lake Savojärvi.

kuhankuono.fi/en

Lake Koskeljärvi Area

Koskeljärvi is the largest lake in the southwest of Finland to be free of holiday homes and an internationally valuable area for water birds, but it is also an important recreational area. Lake Koskeljärvi is surrounded by an excellent network of nature sites, shelters and hiking routes.

Addresses:
Härkluoma lean-to: Härkluomantie 179, Honkilahti
Latosaari lean-to and birdwatching tower: Rantamaantie 107, Vaaljoki (Eura)

luontoon.fi | Koskeljärvi

Kurjenrahka National Park

Kurjenrahka National Park is located on the southern edge of the lake Pyhäjärvi area, bordering Pöytyä, Aura, Nousiainen, Mynämäki, Masku, Rusko and Turku. Kurjenrahka National Park is a popular hiking area and suitable for hikers of all kinds.

nationalparks.fi | Kurjenrahka

Harjureitti Hiking Area

Harjureitti Hiking Area is located in the Säkylänharjun-Virttaankangas Esker area and has a choice of several trails for hikers and excellent shelters for taking a break. Along the hiking trails there are also information boards describing the nature, groundwater and geology of the area. The area is maintained by the municipalities and cities of Säkylä, Oripää, Huittinen and Loimaa.

In winter, the Harjureitti becomes a skiing track, which 14 kilometers is lit.

harjureitti.fi