Visit Sipoo

Relax and experience nature, islands and the countryside. Enjoy the peace and quiet of nature in Sipoonkorpi national park, or go horseback riding between golden grain fields. Perhaps a refreshing dip at one of the beaches? Or if you’re feeling adventurous, maybe spend an entire day island-hopping in a RIB boat? You can also go out on a fishing trip, or spend a day at the golf links, climbing in an adventure park or competing with your pals in a game of disc golf.

Are you interested in culture instead? Why not feel the atmosphere in one or both of the churches in Sipoo! In this unique cultural landscape, you will have a chance to see both medieval and neogothic church architecture at a glance. Or stroll between the buildings that once were Nikkilä asylum, using the same routes used by thousands of patients not so long ago.

Enjoy musical concerts, art exhibitions and original village events. Shop around in small shops and buy something different from our local vendors.

The website Visit Sipoo contains information on local cafés, restaurants and accommodation services, and gives you ideas of various recreational services you can experience in Sipoo.

Hop-On Hop-Off bus to run to Sipoonkorpi National Park again this summer

This summer, Sipoonkorpi National Park will once again be easily and ecologically accessible with the Sipoonkorpi Hop-On Hop-Off bus. The bus will run on Saturdays and Sundays during the summer season, just like last summer.

The Sipoonkorpi Hop-On Hop-Off bus will run again at summer weekends between 18 May and 13 October 2024.

Timetable and route map of Sipoonkorpi Hop-On Hop-Off bus

South by Cycle Bikepacking trail

The South by Cycle Bikepacking Trail network is a collection of  natural sights, cultural history and romantic countryside connected by some of the best gravel roads and gravel-bike-friendly single track. The routes flow from village to village through the endless lush coastal forests connecting the hotels, restaurants and pubs as well as and the many wilderness shelters of the Uusimaa and Kymenlaakso area.  Read more