There is no better way than this to experience the inner Turku archipelago! During this relaxed and enjoyable guided trip , you will experience some of the beautiful Turku and Naantali archipelago.
We will adjust the pace and length of the trip according with the group and weather. For those new to or less experienced in sea kayaking, we will get you going with the fundamentals of the sport in order to make the afternoon 100% perfect.
This summer evening archipelago sea kayaking tour starts from the Ruissalo Camping/ sandy beach on Saaroniemi peninsula, Ruissalo island, easily accessible by bus, car or bicycle from the Turku center.
Getting there: Arrive by bus number 8 from the Turku Puutori Square (see on map here), bus stop PT1 which leaves at 4:00 and 4:30pm from the square. The trip is easy - you get off the bus at the end stop at Ruissalo Camping, and walk the last bit straight down to the sandy swimming beach and then to the right 300 meters. The bus trip takes around 28 minutes.
Getting back: Return with same bus starting at 8:32pm or from in front of the Ruissalo Spa Hotel 400 meters towards Turku at 9:02pm.
Note that registration must be made on-line, no later than at 13:00 on the day of the tour.
Do you want to go out on the water another day? We arrange full day tours each summer Monday and evening tours each Thursday from June to August. If you come as a family, company or other group, we are happy to arrange kayaking activities any day in the week or multiple days in Turku and the Archipelago Sea surroundings. Please do contact us with any wishes or questions by using the contact form below for other tours than the Thursday and Monday tours from Ruissalo.
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Contact us by using this form for any enquiries or bookings, and we will get back to you as soon as possible! You can also contact us by email on info (ät) aavameri.fi or by mobile phone, +358 44 980 77 88.
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