Ferry to Naantali, Kapellskar ▷ Naantali

Kapellskar ▷ Naantali


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Next departures to Kapellskar - Naantali

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Fri, 12/14/2018
09:15
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Fri, 12/14/2018
21:30
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Sat, 12/15/2018
09:15
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Sat, 12/15/2018
21:30
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Sun, 12/16/2018
09:45
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Sun, 12/16/2018
21:30
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Mon, 12/17/2018
09:15
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Mon, 12/17/2018
21:30
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Tue, 12/18/2018
09:15
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Tue, 12/18/2018
21:30
Finnlines
FINNSWAN

Next departures to Naantali - Kapellskar

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Fri, 12/14/2018
10:45
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Fri, 12/14/2018
22:30
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Sat, 12/15/2018
10:45
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Sat, 12/15/2018
22:30
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Sun, 12/16/2018
10:45
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Sun, 12/16/2018
22:30
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Mon, 12/17/2018
10:45
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Mon, 12/17/2018
22:30
Finnlines
Finnfellow
Tue, 12/18/2018
10:45
Finnlines
FINNSWAN
Tue, 12/18/2018
22:30
Finnlines
Finnfellow

Kapellskar

Kapellskar
Reaching the port of Kapellskärs
The port is situated 760 15 Gräddö Hamnterminalen-Kapellskärs Hamn--SWEDEN N 59 43? And 19 04?.
From the bus terminal in the city of Stockholm there is a service operated to coincide with arrivals and departures from the port of Kappellskar. There are no taxis stop on the waterfront. The service is on call with an average wait time of 20 minutes. There is a luggage room on the waterfront. In the ferry terminal there are some bars that are open until the departure of the ships except in winter where they operate with reduced hours on weekends. Baby room to change children is available in the ferry terminal.
Parking lots on the waterfront. Free parking for 1 hour, the price for two hours is 20 SEK, from 3 to 24 hours SEK 30, over 30 SEK per day for up to 2 weeks.
Information about Kapellskär
Kapellskär is a port about 90 kilometers (60 mi) north of Stockholm, in Sweden. It is located by the Baltic Sea, in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm, operated by Viking Line, with 3 services for day and direction during peak season. There are also services to Naantali in mainland Finland operated by Finnlink, and to Paldiski in Estonia operated by Tallink and DFDS, although only the Mariehamn route is open to pedestrians: the Naantali and DFDS Paldiski routes require a vehicle.

Naantali

Naantali
Information about Naantali
Naantali is a town in south-western Finland, known as one of the most important tourist centres of the country. The municipality has a population of 19,124 (31 August 2017), and is located in the region of Southwest Finland, 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) west of Turku.

The town encompasses a land area of 311.50 square kilometres (120.27 sq mi).
Most of this area is located on the islands, but the majority of the population lives on the mainland[citation needed]. Most of the islands are covered with forest and farmland, while the mainland consists chiefly of residential areas.
This interesting divide between urban and rural is perhaps one reason as to why the city has been named the most popular tourist centre in the country in numerous surveys. Another factor affecting this is the proximity of both Turku, the region's administrative centre and largest city, and of the archipelago.

There are some important points of interest in the city, such as the Moomin World theme park on the island of Kailo.

Naantali Spa Hotel, the largest spa in the Nordic countries, and the Naantali’s medieval convent stone church. The city's popularity as a tourist venue is highlighted by the fact that the official summer residence of the President of Finland, the Kultaranta estate, is located on Luonnonmaa.

The archipelago sea boat traffic is handled by S/S Ukkopekka. Old steamship cruise Naantali-Turku-Naantali.

Naantali hosts an international music festival every June, and the traditional Sleepyhead Day carnival in July.