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If you have seen enough chain hotels, try Hotel Amandis next time you visit Naantali. Right in the heart of everything, a bit shabby rooms (kitchenette in every room!) but wonderful easy going staff and a marina view from own terrace. You can either cook your own breakfast in room or buy it from the hotels restaurant (small buffet breakfast). Mind you, the parking is bit difficult in old Naantali - Amandis has it's own parking lot in inner court but it's very small. In principle there is enough room for car / room.
Right in the heart of everything, a bit shabby rooms (kitchenette in every room!) but wonderful easy going staff and a marina view from own terrace. You can either cook your own breakfast in room or buy it from the hotels cafe (small buffet breakfast). Mind you, the parking is bit difficult in old Naantali - Amandis has it's own parking lot in inner court but it's very small. In principle there is enough room for car / room. Link to hotels homepage
This nice restaurant is situated in Naantali, which is approximately 30 km from Turku. Kala-Trappi is famous restaurant in Naantali and it continues the long traditions. Finland´s presidents have been restaurants customers since 1960. Restaurant is open around the year.
Small, warm hotel with great view to marina. Nothing like your typical chain hotels - works for both families and couples.
According to local joke, Raisio is the biggest traffic lights in Finland which has official city position. Fast-growing, medium-sized city without anything special to offer for travelers. Check out neighbors Turku and Naantali.
Festivals are always festival and especially in Finland it means people get drunk. If you ignore that (:P) you can find out that in Ruisrock people are more merrier and more social than an usual Finnish person. People gather to Turku from all around Finland and Ruisrock is a great place for meeting new friends. Atleast I always do so :D
Moomin world – Nipsun putiikki Is amusement park in Naantali. Moomin world shop offer the most wide selection of moominproducts. All moomin characters as toys.Lots clothes and containers. I my self bought bogy soft toy from the boutique. I’ m going to visit Moomin world every summer!
Small studio for 1-3-persons in the centre of Naantali. It's fully equipped and cosy.Situation is near Turku, the European Capital of the Culture in year 2011.
The atmosphere of old Naantali is just great. Easy to find things to do with kids or just hang around if you are travelling without them.
Great Naantali! Always sunshine, Moomis, adventures island Väski. Music festivals, and the sea!
The nature reserve place Ruissalo is the place where you can find beautiful and calming nature. There are numerous hiking paths and also smaller paths where you can wonder through the forrest. On the end of Ruissalo there is a camping place with beach. What you should remember, is that the water is actually the sea. So even during the summer time the water can be chilly. But of cource, since this is Finland, people tend to do some strange things.. Swimming in the sea in the winter is quite common. Saaronniemen Saukot (Saaronniemi=place, saukot=otters) is a "club" where you can try this. It costs about 2,5 euros to enjoy the extremely warm sauna and reaaally cold sea water :) This place is in the beginning of the island of Ruissalo and there is a sign pointing to Saaronniemen Saukot. http://www.saaronniemensaukot.fi/