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Explore the attractions in Oulu city center
The largest city in Northern Finland, Oulu blends outdoor adventure and beauty with technological advancement and urban culture. During Finland's long summer days, guests can soak up the sun at the popular Nallikari Beach and enjoy watersports like windsurfing. Numerous technology centers and museums lie near the hotel's city-center location, and just across the square is Oulu Market Hall, where you can sample traditional and exotic foods. Check out some of our suggestions for nearby attractions below.
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0.43 mi / 0.69 km from the hotel
The Hupisaaret Islands are a green oasis in the immediate vicinity of the center of Oulu. The area consists of several dozen small islands in the Oulu estuary, separated from each other by picturesque streams. Grouped together by white bridges, the lush islands have parks as well as almost unspoiled meadows and groves. The Hupisaaret islands also include the northern Ostrobothnian museum, the Oulu Museum Of Art, and the new architecturally impressive summer theatre pavilion.
1.88 mi / 3.03 km from the hotel
Visit the largest summer theatre in Finland, located on one kilometer of sandy beach. A spa, restaurants and cafes are also open all year round.
Pikisaari Island is an old industrial milieu and unique artists’ community. The idyllic wooden town still has many original wooden houses in place, with the oldest wooden building in Oulu opening in summer as Merimiehenkotimuseo (Seafarer’s Home Museum), where you can learn about the lives of seafarers, a once important profession in Oulu.
21.93 mi / 35.3 km from the hotel
The dunes stretching as far as the eye can see, the beautiful sea and idyllic fishing villages attract visitors to visit the largest island in the Bay of Bothnia. In addition to the maritime environment, visitors will find pristine pine forests and extensive lichenous areas as well as the rural surroundings of the village. The island’s many hiking trails, campfire sites and resting huts offer a wide range of opportunities for nature tourism all year round. Hailuoto is also known as a birdwatcher’s paradise. You can take the ferry to Hailuoto, and in winter you can also use an ice road when the sea is frozen.