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WHERE ADVENTURES CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS

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Finland is perhaps most famous for its beautiful and complex system of lakes and waterways. Water is everywhere, it seems, leaving many opportunities to set out and explore. In fact, more than 10 percent of Finland is covered by water. Lake Paijanne, north of Helsinki, is Finland's longest lake; Lake Saimaa is its largest. But there are literally thousands of other lakes, islands, rivers and streams that help make all of Finland a land of remarkable beauty year-round. Visitors here may choose to canoe the Lakeland countryside of the Kainuu province, or shoot the rapids near Kuusamo. Or they may choose to avoid the water altogether in favor of golfing, skiing and tennis. Fishing, hunting, hiking and snowmobiling are also popular pursuits, depending on the weather, as well as the pursuit of ultimate relaxation, provided by a world-renowned spa.

Vuokatti
Downhill and cross-country skiing take precedent during the winter months in Vuokatti. Warmer temperatures call for fishing, swimming, hiking and golfing.

Kuusamo
Home to the Kuusamon Tropikki, this lovely area offers year-round natural beauty. Guests here enjoy skiing and snowmobiling in the winter, and riding the rapids during the summer. Other popular pursuits include hiking and reindeer safaris.

Kivijarvi
Home to the Honka Holiday Hannunkivi in central Finland, this area allows visitors to enjoy a tranquil country setting.

All information is provided as a guide only. You must make your own enquiries with local tourist offices and other agencies. Top Resorts and Top Things To Do are suggestions only and do not reflect any specific agenda. Distances are approximate.

Holiday Club Katinkulta
VUOKATTI, FINLAND
Holiday Club Ruka Village
RUKATUNTURI, FINLAND
Holiday Club Naantali Residence
NAANTALI, FINLAND
Holiday Club Hannunkivi
KIVIJÄRVI, FINLAND
Holiday Club Ähtäri
ÄHTÄRI, FINLAND
Holiday Club Kuortane Sports Resort
KUORTANE, FINLAND