Explore the fascinating nature in Hanko. Take a stroll down the nature trail on the southern beach of Tulliniemi. The nature trail is accessible. >
There are two beach volley nets in Hanko: one on the Regatta beach (at the end of Bulevardi) and the other one at the Plagen beach.
Winter swimming refreshes the body as well as the mind and is also a proven health activity. You can feel the effects of winter swimming even after >
Take a walk on the beach and gather stones and mussel shells that have floated ashore. Do you recognize three of our most common mussels and how they >
The Hanko national urban park was established in order to protect the Spa Park and the Puistovuoret rocks, the unique environment along Bulevardi and >
In addition to that, Hanko is situated on a headland, so whatever the direction of the wind, there will always be a beach where you can kitesurf. The >
A concept shop specializing in products for the home, beach and garden. We have a hand picked selection of products such as flower pots, lawn games, >
This beautiful long beach is located between Hanko and Tammisaari. It is perfect for sunbathing and long walks all year around.
Silversand is a small beach on the north side of the Hanko cape next to the camping area. Here you can take a plunge into the sea in the evening, and >
Hanko is the sunniest place in Finland, if not in the whole Baltic Sea area, and it offers beach experiences for everyone.
In Hangonkylä there is a bathing hut suitable for people with disabilities. The hut is in use during the summer months. Next to it is a small sandy >
Slaktis is a shallow, small beach situated in the western part of the Hanko cape. The water is often very warm, and the afternoon sun is potent. >
The Tulliniemi beach is windy with beautiful sand dunes. The first part of the beach, that lies directly beneath the parking lot, is reserved for >
Bellevue is a shallow and calm beach located east of Plagen. There are three beach huts and a portable toilet. Pro tip! The water in Kolaviken can be >