The town of Raseborg is situated midway between Helsinki and Turku, and is easily reached by car, bus or train. Raseborg consists of an archipelago of 1,300 islands, a countryside, with a number of wellmaintained farms and woodlands, and some ironworks, not to mention the charming atmosphere of Ekenäs Old Town.
A visit to the three most important ironworks will give you unique experiences. Fiskars is widely known as a centre of art and design. The Manor of Svartå is very important in Finnish history and at Billnäs you can attend a number of different cultural activities. The medieval castle, which has given the town its name, is the most prominent sight in the whole region. Come for a one-day trip or stay even longer!
The inhabitants of Raseborg (about 28,800) speak Swedish and Finnish, but are also able to communicate well in English. You will get a better understanding of life in Raseborg if you use a trained tourist guide during your visit.
The Guides of Raseborg
The club is a member of
The Finnish Assosiation for Guides.