National Landscapes of Finland

National landscapes of Finland were selected by the Finnish Ministry of the Environment in 1992. These 27 landscapes reflect the most representative natural and cultural features of different parts of Finland. They have a strong symbolic value and importance in national culture, history and nature.

  • Helsinki Seaside
  • Valley of Porvoonjoki and Porvoo Old Town
  • Tapiola (Espoo)
  • Snappertuna – Fagervik
  • Pohja Ironworks
  • Aura River Valley
  • Archipelago Sea and National Park
  • Sund, Åland
  • Lake Köyliönjärvi
  • Vanajavesi Valley
  • Lake Rautavesi
  • Tammerkoski
  • Hämeenkyrö
  • Imatrankoski
  • Castle Olavinlinna and Lake Pihlajavesi
  • Punkaharju
  • Heinävesi Route
  • Väisälänmäki
  • Koli
  • Villages of North Karelia
  • Kyrönjoki Valley
  • Kvarken
  • Hailuoto
  • Oulankajoki Valley
  • Aavasaksa and Tornionjoki Valley
  • Pallastunturi
  • Utsjoki Valley