Syöte National Park
Syöte National Park derives its name from Finland's southernmost fell, Iso-Syöte.
Liminka Bay Visitors Centre
Liminka Bay Visitors Centre - A soaring experience in Finland's finest wetlands
Have a sauna evening in Technopolis!
6 sauna compartments can be booked between 4 pm to 12 am with fixed price in Technopolis Oulu. Ask about our turnkey services! 20% discount!
Rokua TrailRun trail running event
Trail running in the environs of Rokua National Park! Rokua TrailRun is very suitable for beginners but it also gives a challenge for experienced trail runners.
The Koitelinkoski rapids – Koiteli – consist of a more than three-kilometre long stretch of rapids on the River Kiiminki. The rapids have been kept almost in their natural...
Kalajoki Marine Nature Centre
The Kalajoki Marine Nature Centre lies at the heart of the Kalajoki sandbanks and is the number-one spot for visitors to the Bay of Bothnia.
The Varjakka area is located in Oulunsalo, on the shores of Kempeleenlahti Bay, about 15 km from the centre of Oulu.
Labour Day Tapas at Kitchen&Bar Oula
Labour Day Tapas served at Kitchen&Bar Oula on 1st of May at 12-14.
The very popular fitness trail in Iinatti passes through forests and meadows in Iinatti, Tahkokangas and Hiiros in the residential areas of southeastern Oulu.
Pilpasuo is a large mire in Eastern Oulu. Almost entirely unditched, this mire is protected by the national wetlands conservation programme and the Natura 2000 programme.
Sankivaara has many outdoor trails of various lengths. In the winter, the trails serve as ski tracks, and in the summer you can go Nordic walking or on a brisk hike.
At the Liimanninkoski grove conservation area, you'll discover the deep River Muhos and its diverse environment.
Rantakylä recreation area
The Rantakylä recreation area is located 3.7 km from Liminka city limits towards the River Lumi. This is one of the most diverse recreation and sports areas in Finland.
The Hirvisuo mire, located along Kuusamontie road, is easy to explore. A 1 km nature trail, mainly built with duckboards, leads you through the mire.
Trails pass through spacious pine forests and across beach embankments. On the long sandy beaches, you'll be sure to find your own favourite spot to relax and have a swim.