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Ferries Hanko

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Want to get to know the wonders of Finland, the land of lakes and forests, and the birthplace of the sauna? Take a ferry to Hanko!

Hanko is the southernmost city in  Finland. It is a small port town with less than 10,000 inhabitants, but in summer its population multiplies due to the many tourists who visit. Its beautiful beaches and the many islands of the archipelago in front of it attract many visitors each year, especially from the rest of Finland and neighbouring countries.

The port of Hanko is ice-free all year round, making it a strategic point for connections between Finland and the rest of the Baltic Sea. The ferry company Stena Line operates connections to the Swedish port of Nynäshamn. Connections to Sweden are once a day with departures in the evening. The crossing takes 13 hours. The Nynäshamn Hanko route allows you to travel comfortably between Finland and Sweden: after parking your vehicle in the on-board garage, you can rest in your seat or cabin and arrive at your destination perfectly rested.

The ferry terminal has only essential services such as toilets and a ticket office. Bars, restaurants, hotels and supermarkets are located in the vicinity of the terminal and can be easily reached on foot. Esplanaadi, the city's main street, is just under 1 kilometre from the boardings.

Hanko ferries About Hanko

Start your holiday in Finland by the sea! Hanko owes its fortune to its strategic location on the Baltic, and its port activity dates back to the 13th century. The golden beaches and unspoilt nature are the main attraction of this town.

From the 15th century, a strait between two islands in the Hanko archipelago was used as a harbour by Swedish sailors. The strait is called Gäddtarmen and was used as shelter in case of a storm. While waiting for the bad weather to end, the sailors carved their names, initials and coats of arms on the rocks. These rock carvings are today one of the main tourist attractions in the area.

The town proper was founded in 1874 and a few years later a bathing establishment was opened. Soon after, the town became a popular tourist destination for Russian high society and countless elegant wooden villas were built. Today, these villas have been converted into tourist accommodation and give the town a vintage feel. There is a tourist trail dedicated to these magnificent residences, which you can take after a busy day at the beach.

Spend a day at the beach! The small Gunnarsin ranta, dotted with colourful boathouses, is the closest to the city and perfect for a relaxing stroll. Not far away is the main beach, Tulliniemen ranta, a long stretch of golden sand surrounded by a pine forest where you can find shelter from the sun and wind. Continuing along the beach you arrive at the Uddskatan nature reserve, where you will find several green paths for walking or cycling.

Discover the Hanko archipelago! In summer, daily boat trips are organised to the island of Bengtskär, where the highest lighthouse in Fennoscandia is located.

Hanko is an excellent starting point for exploring the rest of the country. In fact, it is only a two-hour drive from both Turku and the capital Helsinki.

 

How to reach the boardings

Address: Hanko Stevena, Gate House, Western Harbour, Hanko

GPS coordinates: 59°49’31.2"N 22°57’49.1"E

The Hanko ferry terminal can be reached by car from Helsinki and Turku via Highway 25 to Hanko. The train station and bus stop are 300 metres from the ferry terminal. A taxi service is available.