Sebbholmen is an old wood by the sea. Imagine lying down in a tree tent or a small cottage and falling asleep to the sound of the wind and the waves. In the morning you wake up to bird song and a breathtaking sea view. When you tread lightly on deer paths under old pine trees and breath the clean and fresh sea air you feel in perfect harmony with nature. You can see glimpses of the sea between the trees, and nothing prevents you from going to the shore and paddling out with a kayak or a canoe. Or you can take a small rowing boat and try your luck angling.
Sebbholmen EcoCamp can offer you this experience. All activities during your visit are planned on nature’s terms and you can enjoy the serenity of the offshore archipelago with a good conscience. You and your family leave an ecological footprint, which does not harm the environment.
Sebbholmen EcoCamp is situated in the offshore archipelago of South-West of Finland. The fishing village Rosala, founded in the Viking age, is only a short walk away from Sebbholmen. A ferry takes you and your car or bicycle without charge from Kasnäs harbour to the island of Rosala. From there it is only 5,5 km to Sebbholmen. You can find the ferry timetable here.