Visit Naantali's Covid-19 information page
(updated 27th January 2021)
Follow the safety guidelines set by the Finnish Government, it is recommended to take good care of the hygiene, to wear mask and to get tested if you have symptoms.
- Do not travel if you feel sick
- Wash your hands regurlarly, or use the sanitizer
- Keep a safe distance to other people wherever you go
- Remember to cough and sneeze correctly, to a paper tissue or your upper sleeve
In case you have symptoms of coughing or difficulties in breathing, please call first to Naantali health care centre, phone +358 2 436 2760.
Nation wide emergency number is 112. Call the emergency number only in acute emergency situations. In an emergency situation, you will be treated even if you are not having a residence in Finland.
The opening hours of the sights, shops, restaurants and cafés should be checked beforehand. Some of the places take limited number of customers inside.
Visit Naantali Tourist Information is open between Monday-Friday 09.00am-04.30pm. You can also reach us on +358 2 435 9800 or by email email@example.com
Visit Naantali presses everyone to act responsibly in this unusual situation and follow all the recommended guidelines.
Town of Naantali informs about the development of the situation locally, concerning the municipal services here. (only in Finnish)
Finnish Institute for health and welfare informs about the Covid-19 situation in Finland here.
Visit Naantali wants to support the local businesses in this uncertain situation, here is a list of tourism related companies. Some of the sights and restaurants are only open during summer time.
Check the latest information on each places' web page.
Sights and attractions
Archipelago side of Naantali
Merimasku's Restaurant Rantamakasiini
Restaurant Naapuri Merimasku
Café Tuulisolmu Rymättylä
Restaurant Röölänranta Rymättylä, Röölä
Old Smuggler restaurant Velkua