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Nagu

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Active holidays in nature's bosom

Nagu (Nauvo in Finnish) is a popular tourist municipality. In addition to the two main islands, there are 3000 smaller islands and skerries in Nagu's unique archipelago. You can come to Nagu on the Archipelago Trial using the spacious ferries from Pargas.

Accommodation and a wide range of things to do is offered throughout the year.  In Nagu you can take part in fishing and canoe trips and archipelago safaris. Several natural harbours offer a fine holiday setting for boat people.

The historical sight in Nagu is the grey stone church from the middle ages.
The island of Själö is also worth visiting. Today the Archipelago Research Institute operates from here. The picturesque wooden church reminds us of the time when the island was a place where lepers used to be banished. Your visit will be enriched by a sales exhibition by a large number of handicraft artists and the display by ship model builder Åke Sandvall. From Nagu the archipelago Trial continues on to Korpo by ferry.


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