Espoo coast and archipelago incentive
Peace and scenic marine landscapes in the archipelago create an inspiring atmosphere for incentive trips. To open up the diverse possibilities the city of Espoo has to offer, we created an example of an itinerary. But a few facts first!
Did you know that Finland´s archipelago is the largest in the world? Alone here in Espoo, we have 165 islands, which is more than in Hawaii. Five of the islands are in recreational use and reachable by archipelago boats in the summertime. If you would like to get to know more about the history of the Espoo archipelago, head to the archipelago museum on Pentala island.
In addition to the islands, Espoo boasts 58 km of shoreline, of which the 40 km long Espoo Waterfront Walkway welcomes you to enjoy the marine vibes. Hop on a city bike and get to know the city from a marine perspective. The archipelago cruise combines the scenery with interesting stories and the delicious cuisine of the restaurant boat.
DAY 1 (Arrival)
- Accommodation in Hanaholmen for 2 nights
- Experience the Finnish sauna and/or outdoor activity
- Welcome dinner at rooftop restaurant Lucy In the Sky
- Meeting in facilities by Hanaholmen
- After breakfast in Hanaholmen, discuss your topics and get inspired by the maritime views
- Lunch in Restaurant Plats at Hanaholmen
- Activity afternoon at Finland's biggest Watersport center Laguuni!: Build team spirit with fun watersport activities
- Jump aboard a sailboat and head to a dinner party with Hiiohoi Oy at one of Espoo's lovely island restaurants
At Laguuni you can spend an active summer day full of water activities and try your skills on wakeboarding, SUP polo, or flyboarding. Or how about having fun at the giant floating water park? Book a guided kayaking safari or e-biking tour for your customers. At the end of the day get acquainted with the Finnish sauna experience.
Have a look at the summer vibes from Laguuni 😎!
- Archipelago cruise with brunch - Espoo Line
- Relax on a boat and see the Finnish capital region by the sea
Main image: Hiiohoi Oy / Isko Salminen