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kirsikka loves Eckerö because Most westerly point in Åland. Had a great picnic (smoked fish & red wine) on the flat rocks by the ocean.
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What is Eckerö
Eckerö is a municipality of Åland, Finland. The municipality has a population of 897 and covers an area of 112.89 km² of which 1.7 km² is water. The population density is 8.1 inhabitants per km². The municipality is unilingually Swedish and 95 percent of the population are Swedish speakers. It is the westernmost municipality of Åland and Finland (...)
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About Eckerö elsewhere
"Population: 24,000 Post code: SF-22100 Telephone code: 928 Transportation Car ferries: from Stockholm, Grisslehamn and Kapellskår (Sweden); from Turku and Naantali (Finland)."
"Eckerö Linjen operates a ferry service between Eckerö ,Åland and Grisslehamn, Sweden."
"The company Eckerö Linjen operates a ferry connection between Berghamn in Storby, Eckerö and Grisslehamn on Väddö, Norrtälje in Sweden."
"Basically I agree with #2, although via Grisslehamn or Kapellsk?r in particular it's not too uncommon to travel there on a daytrip in the summer, note however, that is often done in order to enjoy the ferry journey itself, including duty free shopping onboard the ferries, which is still allowed because ?land is kind of a special zone."
"Eckerölinjen operates two ferries between Eckerö in the Åland Islands and Grisslehamn in Sweden ,while Eckerö Line operates two ferries between Helsinki (Finland) and Tallinn ( Estonia )."
"Basically I agree with #2, although via Grisslehamn or Kapellsk�r in particular it's not too uncommon to travel there on a daytrip in the summer, note however, that is often done in order to enjoy the ferry journey itself, including duty free shopping onboard the ferries, which is still allowed because �land is kind of a special zone."
"Ferries of Ecker? Line, Tallink, Silja Line and Viking Line (especially Silja&Viking) are floating shopping malls and wonderful attraction as themselves, too :D Best regards, Sami."
"Primarily for tax reasons, ferries plying between Helsinki and Stockholm all stop off at Mariehamn or the nearby (30km east, approximately) jetty of Långnäs ,making this the easiest and cheapest way to get in (although docking often happens at inconvenient times in the middle of the night -the Långnäs stops)."
"Up until that point the company had operated with used ships purchased or chartered from other companies, but after TT-Line acquired Olau in 1979, the new owners invested in building two new cruiseferries for the company."
"At first RG Line profiled the ship as a ship where you could have fun and party, much like the ferries who trafficked Kvarken in the taxfree times."
About places near Eckerö
tilkkuliini from Finland wrote about The Post museum Åland 4 years, 5 months ago
We were on a short trip here last September. Weather wasn't so nice, but as you may see, when you go to Åland, the weather can be sunny and warm but after few minutes it's raining like h...! That's Åland. Anyhow, it was a an autumn day and there were no other people, except us. The see was calm and you could here your own heart beating. Suddenly a choir started to sing in the Post museum. The atmosphere was unbelievable. One of those experiences you can't buy with money. Defenately a place worth visiting.
Never been IN the Post museum though.. :)
tilkkuliini from Finland wrote about Gröna uddens camping 4 years, 5 months ago
If you happened to take a tent with you, this is the place for you. It costs only about 6 euros per night. You can also rent a cabin, but I have never slept in those, so don't know about them. The only minus in this place is that sometimes there are security guards who make sure that people don't make noice after midnight. But then you can always move to the citys' bars to party :D
nipsu from Finland wrote about Maarianhamina 4 years, 4 months ago
I really enjoy staying in archipelago and Maarianhamina is one of the most beautiful resorts. So peaceful, but at the same time you have an opportunity to do so many things. But that's almost only in the summer time, in the winter it is the same that it is everywhere in Finland: so few things to do and you get bored :(
satuandersson1 from Finland wrote about Hotel Arkipelag 4 years, 5 months ago
This hotel/restaurant is a match made in heaven if you like disco, social dancing (bugg), dining and young and elder people in the same venue. I discovered the magic of social dancing this spring and I travelled to Maarianhamina because of the fine dance they organize there. Three D's: dance, drinks, disco!
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