Built in 1821, the church is shaped like a cross church. The new classic wooden church has remained in its original outfit.
Martin Tarha is green all year round. In our garden in Oripää, and only a short distance from Loimaa, the colour scheme of our own production blooms in hundreds of different varieties. In our store you will find cutlets, flowering and green plants, as well as bouquets and bonding. And,…View more
Enkelipuisto is home to ITE artist Kyösti Iitti and statue park. Iitti has made statues of recycled material and the place is open from 12:00 to 15:00 on the last Sunday of May-August. Confirm the opening hours of the place by calling Kyösti at tel. +35840 510 8437.View more
The store of the farm's own organic products contains grain products from rye, barley and oats in many different forms, as well as other organic and local food products. The café and shop is open from June to August at times announced on Facebook on Sun-Fri. The café's hall can…View more
Paaskunta municipality's pasture is a fenced area for summer sheep in Turku, near Halistenkoski, next to the Nummi's Library. The pasture has plenty of trees, so it is much like traditional grazing. Grazing rotates an easy-to-walk path that can be rotated both by bike and on foot. The sheep are…View more
Nautelankoski Museum includes Lauri Nautela museum, myllärintupa, water mill, sauna and granary. Above the rapids on the hillside is the Stone Age Relic area of Kukkarkoski, whose discoveries are on display in the museum's basic exhibition. Nautelankoski's shorelines are a protected nature area that is intended to be kept as…View more