lauantai 28. huhtikuuta 2012


 Information about diving destinations in Finland:

1. Päijänne National Park 


Lake Päijänne is the second largest lake in Finland, and in the middle of its open waters you can find a treasure; Päijänne National Park, which consists of small islets and bigger islands with steep rocks or sandy eskers.

Divers especially favour the islets and islands west of Haukkasalo. The special feature of the islands are the steep-sided cliff shores. 

2. Ekenäs Archipelago National Park 


Ekenäs Archipelago National Park in the Gulf of Finland is a beautiful part of Nyland archipelago. The National Park is located in Western Nyland near the southern coast of Finland and it includes three out of the four archipelago zones: inner and outer archipelago, and the open sea. Almost 90% of the park consists of water areas.

The varied forms of the sea bed and the number of ship wrecks make the park an interesting destination for diving, almost round the year.

3. Archipelago National Park

Rugged rocky islets and forested islands, separated by open sea, are characteristic to the area. The nature trails guide you to the diversity of the natural features and the life of the archipelago.

There are also two under water trails on western side of Stora Hästö island. Situated on the shore of Stora Hästö Island. This special trail is intended for boaters, nature  school  students, archipelago ecotourism entrepreneurs and divers, as well  as others interested in underwater nature.

Information on hiring boats, canoes and diving equipment can be found at Region Åboland webpages  (

4. Melkuttimet