Sebbholmen EcoCamp

Sebbholmen EcoCamp is situated in an enchanted wood by the sea in the beautiful village Rosala in the South-West archipelago of Finland. Sebbholmen offers you unique accommodation in small cottages and Tentsile wood-tents and allows you to enjoy the fantastic archipelago nature with a good conscience.

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EcoCamp in the offshore archipelago

Walk slowly on deer paths under old pine trees, fall asleep to the sound of a gentle breeze, and wake up to bird song and a breathtaking sea view. Feel free to take a tour in a rowing boat, visit idyllic archipelago villages, or learn about the Viking age in Rosala Viking Centre. Sebbholmen EcoCamp is situated in Rosala village in the municipality of Kimitoön. A ferry takes you and your car or bicycle without charge from Kasnäs harbour to the island of Rosala. You can also come by your own boat.

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An enchanted wood by the sea

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Beautiful nature
Sebbholmen is part of a fantastic landscape in the surroundings of the old fishing village Rosala, which was founded in the Viking age.
Many kinds of activities
You can walk on deer paths under old pine trees and see glimpses of the sea between the trees. The blue waves invite you to paddle with a kayak or a canoe, or to take a small rowing boat and try your luck angling.
On nature’s terms
All activities during your visit are planned on nature’s terms and you can enjoy the offshore archipelago with a good conscience. You and your family leave an almost invisible footprint, which does no harm to the environment.