Discover 6,700 islands

Åland has 6,700 named islands and additionally 20,000 smaller islands and islets waiting for you to discover. Simply make up your mind as to what to do and see, where, when, how and with whom! This site provides you with further information, maps and contact details.


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Information about coronavirus COVID-19

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Exercise and compete – choose an active holiday in Åland

Exercise and compete in Åland, on your own or with your team. Åland is the perfect travel destination if you want to have an active holiday.

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Tall Ships Races foto Henrik Nygård

Spectacular events planned in Åland

Spectacular events are planned in Åland for the 2021–2022 period: The Tall Ships Races and the celebrations for the 100th anniversary of Åland’s autonomy. Read more and be sure to book your stay in good time ahead of the events.

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Attractions and places worth experiencing along the Åland Archipelago Trail

There are lots of attractions and places worth experiencing along the Åland Archipelago Trail that runs across the main island of Åland and then on eastwards, partly through the north-eastern archipelago and partly through the south-eastern section.

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Sleep eco-friendly close to nature

Nature and sea are close to you wherever you choose to stay in Åland. If you’re after eco-friendly accommodation, there are many options to choose from.

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Ten sustainable activities

Åland offers plenty of activities that are kind to the environment, and many of them are free. We have listed ten of them to give you inspiration! Experience Åland sustainably.

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Welcome to culinary Åland!

New ideas are bubbling in pots and pans as local gastronomers enthusiastically head toward the future armed with traditional Åland foods and culinary skills.

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Segling 2020 Visit Aland Rebecka Eriksson

Sailing and boating

Explore Åland’s archipelago in your own boat. There are both an abundance of beautiful coves and thousands of islands here. You get to escape the crowds and may often have a whole bay to yourself.

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