Teijo National Park – Cottages and Vacation Rentals
Discover Teijo National Park on a cottage holiday. Find cosy cabins and other types of accommodation in Teijo National Park easily on Gofinland. The attractions in Teijo include peaceful lakes and forests as well as historical ironworks villages where traditional crafts still thrive. Stay in these picturesque settlements from where you can easily explore the lakes, seashores, marshes and forests of the national park. Alternatively, you can rent a cottage by a lake and go hiking, canoeing or fishing directly from the doorstep of your cabin.
You can get a good taste of Teijo on a single day trip, but Teijo National Park is worth staying overnight or even for a full weekend. Sleep outside in the wilderness under a starry sky or in lovely lodgings in the charming ironworks villages of Teijo, Mathildedal and Kirjakkala. Teijo National Park is easily accessible by car just an hour drive from Turku and less than two hours from Helsinki.
Diverse nature and hiking in Teijo National Park
Teijo National Park invites you to get acquainted with the versatile nature of Finland: green forests, rocks revealed by the Ice Age, marshes and lakes. The ironworks history can be seen on the lakes. In Teijo National Park, you can explore the vast 50-km network of hiking trails. Most of the trails are short and suitable for day trips. Along the paths, you’ll find several lean-tos and campfire spots. Some sections of the trails are also accessible by wheelchair. By renting a cottage in Teijo National Park, you can access the trail easily from your cabin porch.
Other activities and accommodation in Teijo National Park
All hiking trails in Teijo National Park are excellent for mountain biking. A 35-km long biking route starts from Salo and leads through Teijo, Mathildedal and Kirjakkala ironworks villages towards Strömma in Kemiö. This biking trail is part of the 150-km long Rannikkoreitti route that continues all the way to Hanko. From Hanko, you can catch a boat and visit Bengtskär Lighthouse and Örö Fortress Island.
Teijo National Park is ideal for orienteering, geocaching, swimming, canoeing, boating and fishing. Matildanjärvi Lake is one of the special fishing destination