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Naantali Guide

Naantali Ferry Port

Located on the southwest coast of Finland, Naantali is a tourism focused town a few kilometres west of Turku. The only ferry routes from Naantali are to other ports in Scandinavia; there is a crossing to Langnas lasting around five hours and a crossing to Kapellskar lasting around eight and a half hours, both running twice a day. Naantali first gained prominence when the spa at Cape Kalevanniemi was built, prompting the town to be labelled a holiday resort. Since then the spa has expanded both physically and in status, transforming into the largest in Scandinavia. As the spa grew so did Naantali’s popularity, to the extent that it is now one of Scandinavia’s most widely visited resorts. Part of Naantali’s appeal lies in its location; it resides close to other commonly visited cities, although the main reason many come is to visit the Moomin World Theme Park. The park is a wonderful day out all year round for the family, though it's particularly festive in the winter months. The town of Naantali itself holds plenty of pulling power, especially in the old town which is littered with quaint cafes, ritzy boutiques and welcoming restaurants serving delicious seafood. For those looking to stay a few days, the town is famous for its selection of high quality hotels, all offering reasonable prices for a very comfortable and relaxing holiday. Naantali is remarkably accessible – several transport links, including bus and rail services, run directly to the town. For travel around the town, most of the archipelago is reachable by bus or car, and the old town is small enough to be covered by foot in less than a day.

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