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Tullisilta Quay, Southern Finland, Finland

Tullisilta Quay is also known as Tullisilta Marina or Port Tullisilta and it is situated in the coastal town and municipality of Loviisa, in the Southern Finland Province and the region of Uusima. This is a recreational marina that offers access to the Gulf of Finland and represents an ideal location for sailing and fishing. Loviisa is a cultural town with many attractions to offer. A long maritime culture has been well-preserved in this area, which is why sailors and tourists who enjoy spending their vacations in a silent area always come back here. The Bonga Castle with its art gallery is one of the main attractions in the area, along with the sea fortress of Svartholma, the impressive church in the town centre which is an architectural masterpiece and various historical wooden homes. Travellers can also visit Loviisa’s surroundings and explore the Archipelago Museum in Ronnas, the Isnas Steam Egine Museum and numerous other attractions that will charm every single tourist.

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Attractions in Southern Finland

Southern Finland is a former province that can be found in the beautiful Finland, being comprised of six regions and 72 municipalities. It offers access to the Gulf of Finland and it is bordered by the province of Western Finland and Eastern Finland. This side of the country is dominated by the urban agglomeration of the city of Helsinki and even though it spreads on a rather small territory, it is the most populous area in Finland. Also known as Etelä-Suomen Lääni, it is a picturesque location of northern Europe, where Helsinki, Hameenlinna, Kotka, Porvoo, etc., are popular destinations due to national historical heritage, natural beauty and medieval attractions.

The National Park of Nuuksio attracts nature lovers from all over the world, as well as photographers and hikers. Travellers who wish to explore Southern Finland will be charmed by this area’s well-preserved historical vestiges, fortresses and outstanding architectural styles. An old ... more info