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Nasijarvi Segelsallskap R.Y, Western Finland, Finland

Nasijarvi Segelsallskap R.Y is also known as Lake Nasijarvi Segelsalskap Marina and it is situated in the city of Tampere and the province of Western Finland. It can be found by travellers and boat owners in the region of Pirkanmaa, between the Lakes Nasijarvi and Pyhajarvi, in a perfectly natural environment. This location is often called the “Manchester of Finland” and it attracts a large number of tourists due to a historically charged territory and numerous significant museums. It is a cultural city where visitors can participate to a number of appealing events throughout the year. The Cathedral of Tampere, the Spy Museum in Siperia, the Tampere Lenin Museum, the Art Museum, the largest glass sculpture in the country called “the Mirror of the Sea”, etc., are just a few of the most impressive tourist objectives in the Tampere. Stunning waterfronts and lush vegetation form lovely landscapes that can be seen from off shore during boat tours or nautical activities.

Facilities of Nasijarvi Segelsallskap R.Y

Bar

Drinking water

Dressing rooms

Market

Electricity

Fuel station

Security

Ramp

Waste collection

Residual water collection

Bilge Collection

Towing

Restaurant

Photo Gallery

Cancellation Policy of Nasijarvi Segelsallskap R.Y : 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