Daytripping in Raahe
Experience maritime nature and the Arctic archipelago of the Bay of Bothnia
on a canoeing trip or archipelago cruise, set up a picnic on the rocks of the seashore,
or spend a dream summer day on the white beach of the desert island Tasku –
don’t forget to pack a camera, swimming attire and a packed lunch with some great company.
Wander through the soulful wooden-house blocks of Old Raahe and
hear the stories about the people who lived there on guided tours with Raahe Guides Association or
using the Glopas app.
Celebrate life at the region’s many events:
meet friends old and new at Pekanpäivät, the Raahe Maritime Festival, the Rantajatsit jazz festival,
summer theatre, village celebrations and organic markets.
Take a tour of history in Raahe region’s many unique local history museums.
You’ll meet the Old Gentleman, the world’s oldest diving suit,
at Finland’s oldest local museum at the Crown Granary.
Feed your hunger for culture at concerts, exhibitions and the theatre.
Raahe is situated some 50 minutes’ drive from Kalajoki.
Parking is free of charge, the bus takes you right to city centre,
and you can moor your boat right at the edge of Old Raahe.
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