Top 5 sights in Finland
1. Oulanka National Park
Motorhome hire enables you to access even the most amazing remote places. One of such places is Oulanka National park that located on the south eastern borders of the Finnish Lapland, and is situated right along the eastern border. Oulanka National park is one of the most popular national parks in Finland, and not least for its well known hiking route Karhunkierros Trail.
The centuries old pine forests, the sandy beaches on the banks by the river Oulanka and the high rapids are a remarkable sight and a great example of an untouched and unlogged boreal forest.
2. Åland and the Finnish Archipelago
Especially if you have planned slightly longer motorhome hire in Finland its worth visiting the beautiful islands of Åland. With over 17 000 islands (and more to come due to the rising of the land after the last ice age), the Åland and the Finnish Archipelago area combined are one of the largest island areas in the world.
The archipelago area in Finland is a unique destination of its own. Hopping from island to island with small ferries, exploring the traditions of the old seafarers and fishermen, seeing the sky touch the horizon from the top of one of the magnificent lighthouses – it’s easy to carry away in to the magical Archipelago.
3. Santa Claus in Rovaniemi
In the City of Rovaniemi, on the Arctic Circle and in the very hearth of the Finnish Lapland lays a very special village that every motorhome hire client should be familiar with. In this small village the surroundings are illuminated by the Christmast lights and a familiar tone of Christmas carols can be heard throughout the year: this is the village of the true Santa Claus. It has been said that the only way to truly cross the Arctic Circle and to enter the magical Lapland is to visit the Santa Claus village in Rovaniemi.
Bring your Christmas wishes to Santa Claus personally, and send a holiday greeting from the Arctic Circle to you loved ones. It is an opportunity you do not want to miss!
4. Koli National Park in Lakeland
Every motorhome hire in Finland should include visit to pristine Koli National park area. Koli National park is located in the eastern part of Finland, near the lake Pielinen, and has been nominated as one the most important national sceneries of Finland.
Koli area is a remnant of an ancient mountain range, which was shaped to its current and unforgettable form by the last ice age some ten thousand of years ago.
It is this very sight that has been inspiring nationally renowned artists like Jean Sibelius, Eero Järnefelt and Juhani Aho with their works of art on the field of classical music, painting and literature.
5. Nordkapp or North Cape
Renown Nordkapp, or as it is often referred to, North Cape, is the most northern point on the mainland of Europe. Situated in the municipality of Finnmark in Norway, the North Cape is visited by some 200 000 tourist every year and it is without a doubt one of the places you have to visit at least once in your life. Touring Cars motorhome hire station in Rovaniemi is perfect gateway to this exotic venue.
Due to its remote location on the top of the northern hemisphere, the North Cape is easiest accessible with a Motorhome. Just considering the shear distance, what would be a better option than having your own kitchen, a bedroom and a shower with you? Pickup a Motorhome from Rovaniemi, drive to North Cape and enjoy the Arctic on your own terms.
Motorhome hire adventure for 7 days in exciting Finland including well equipped motorhome with unlimited mileage, airport transfers, TC Basic insurance, 24-hour support and a lot more starting from only 859€.