Isosaari is a unique destination in the Helsinki archipelago

Isosaari is an over 100 years old sea fortress a 40-minute boat ride away from the Helsinki Market Square. Isosaari is one of Helsinki’s outer islands and very rich in cultural history. Isosaari’s sights and nature are unique, the island is close to the city, yet free from it’s noise.

The island has excellent services, such as two restaurants, the Rikama Hall restaurant and and the Upseerikerho restaurant with Helsinki’s most fantastic terrace, two sandy beaches, three saunas, a guest marina, picnic spots, vasts areas of grass, well maintained roads, easy to read signs, guide services and Finland’s toughest par 3 golf course.

You can enter the island by a ferry leaving from the Helsinki Market Square, and even spend a night at a hotel boat! We can serve both individual travelers as well as large groups, and you can also visit us with your own boat, and stay the night in our guest marina.

Welcome to the enchanting Isosaari!

Why Isosaari?

The pearl of Helsinki’s outer archipelago is, as it’s Finnish name says, a big island. There are several sandy and rocky beaches, saunas, restaurants, a golf course, versatile nature and lots to see. There are seals nesting near by and the island is habited by rare birds such as sea eagles. The noise of the city cannot be heard in Isosaari and the sea water is clear.
These are just a few reasons to come and visit Isosaari!

Pearl of the open sea

Arrive with the ferry

The Isosaari ferry operates on the weekends during the off season, and every day from mid summer’s until the start of the school year. There is a cafe-bar, spacious lounges and a large sundeck on the ferry. The trip to Isosaari takes about 30 minutes.

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