Bike rental at Visit Naantali
You see more on a bike!
Cycling is a great way of sightseeing in Naantali, and the town is also a convenient starting point for the Archipelago Trail. Find out about different route options on pages 36-37.
Visit Naantali rents bikes in the summertime; you can hire a bike for just one hour or for several days.
Rent a bike and explore the surrounding archipelago – pop in to do some shopping, drop by Kultaranta, pedal to Louhisaari Manor, or cycle the entire Archipelago Trail!
Organized biking tours
Visit Naantali also organises independent bike trips along the Archipelago Trail as well as to Utö and all the way to Åland Islands. Give us a call or email us for more information. Our website also offers more information on the different alternatives and has maps for all route descriptions, which you can print out or download onto your phone. www.visitnaantali.com firstname.lastname@example.org
|Time||Adult||E-Bike||children||trailer / carrier for car|
|1 hour||5 €||3 €|
|3 hours||12 €||6 €|
|6 hours||20 €||10 €|
|1 day/24h||23 €||15 €|
|2 days||45 €||120 €||25 €||30€|
|3 days||65 €||160 €||35 €||40 €|
|4 days||80 €||200 €||45 €||50 €|
|5 days||90 €||240 €||55 €||60 €|
|6 days||100 €||280 €||60 €||65 €|
|1 week||115 €||300 €||65 €||70 €|
Rent a bike and explore Naantali's archipelago
Choose the route that appeals to you most among the different options provided by Visit Naantali. These routes give you a chance to see the uniqueness and diversity of archipelago nature and local culture as you encounter charming new attractions along the route. You can rent a bike in Naantali, explore the
archipelago and then return the bike at your next destination, for example, in Turku or Kustavi.
13 km / Flat terrain / 1-2 hours
Along the route you will witness picturesque archipelago countryside. The route travels partly along gravel roads through scenic landscapes on Luonnonmaan. You will cycle past numerous old farm houses with their impressive yards. Take a detour to Haijainen nature trail and barbecue sausages. At Villa Farm half-way through your journey, you can swim and admire the coastal scene. The rest of the journey to Naantali centre continues on the same road.
16 km/flat terrain/2–4 hours
This route conveys the atmosphere of the archipelago. Along the route, you’ll have a chance to see Naantali Old Town and Kuparivuori hill, attend a guided tour in Kultaranta Garden (p. 15) and admire the magnificent archipelago scenery from Särkänsalmi bridge. Kultaranta Resort provides a tasty lunch. Bar Porho in Marina and Särkkä kiosk sell drinks, and from there, you can turn back to the centre. The terrain is mostly flat so the route suits all cycling abilities.
50 km / variable terrain / 3–6 hours
This route is better suited to those looking for a slightly more challenging cycle. It takes you through beautiful archipelago scenery via Merimasku, Askainen, Lemu and Masku and back to Naantali. Along the route, you can witness the gorgeous scenery opening from a number of bridges and admire traditional countryside landscapes as well as Louhisaari Manor and take part on a guided tour of Kultaranta Garden. There are many pleasant places along the route for taking a break.
Small Archipelago trail
110 km / variable terrain / 1–3 days
This longer cycle route is a magnificent way to experience the archipelago and witness the local way of life. The route leaves from the centre of Naantali and the journey (25 km) to Hanka in Rymättylä is very hilly. The journey takes you on a traditional short ferry crossing and onboard a commuter vessel on an hour’s journey from Hanka to Nauvo (check the timetable in advance). From Nauvo, you will be travelling along flatter terrain. A ferry from Nauvo to Parainen takes in more magnificent archipelago scenery. The route from Parainen back to Naantali is along cycle roads next to sometimes busy traffic. Overnight accommodation can be found in Nauvo or Parainen.
Nunnakatu 2, 21100 Naantali
tel. +358 2 435 9800