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Kaskinen Guest Harbor, Western Finland, Finland

Kaskinen Guest Harbour is also known as Port of Kaskinen or Kaskisten Sataman and it is hosted by the Finnish town and municipality with the same name, in the province of Western Finland and the region of Ostrobothnia. This marina specializes in leisure activities and tourism and welcomes its guests in a traditional environment that is surrounded by lush vegetation and unspoilt natural sights. Travellers who will reach this marina will be able to participate to appealing events and admire superb landscapes from the shore. It is surrounded by water and it offers access to the Gulf of Bothnia, offering travellers the chance to practise nautical sports. Plenty of relaxing green areas will be encountered in this town, as well as rustic views. During the winter, Kaskinen turns into an idyllic settlement due to a great amount of snow that offers the entire area a distinguished aspect. Tourists who wish to spend a few days here can accommodate in lovely guesthouses in the heart of nature.

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Residual water collection

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Cancellation Policy of Kaskinen Guest Harbor : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Western Finland

Western Finland is one of the former provinces of Finland, which were abolished in 2000 and it is situated in the south-western side of the country, offering access to the Gulf of Bothnia. It is bordered by Southern Finland, Eastern Finland and the former province of Oulu and it is divided into 7 regions and 142 municipalities.

This area is well-known for the beauty of its West Coast which is situated on the shores of the Gulf of Bothnia. This side of the coast is home to numerous old cities and traditional villages, as well as Swedish minorities. Some of the main destinations in Western Finland are the old city of Turku, Naantali, Rauma, Pori, Narpes, Vaasa, Kokkola and many more. This historic area can be reached by travellers by plane, by car, by boat or by train.

Those who are willing to discover its history and culture will be amazed by its diversity and rare beauty. The Finnish culture and history are echoed in every single corner of this area... more info