Take a walk along the Tulliniemi nature path and go to the southernmost point of Finland.
Hanko provides great opportunities for catching different species of fish in varying environments.
Going to the top of the Water Tower is a must when you’re in Hanko.
You can play beach volley on the beach Regattaranta (at the end of the street Bulevardi) as well as on the beach called Tennisranta.
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For casual birdwatchers and professional ornithologists, Hanko is one of the top destinations in Finland.
The tallest lighthouse in the whole of the Nordics, Bengtskär, is 25 km south-west of Hanko.
Hanko has been the stage for many key battles in Finland’s history.
If you haven’t booked a Comfort Sauna room, there are other saunas available in Hanko.
Gunnarstrand is a small, attractive beach not far from the beginning of the Tulliniemi nature path, dotted with idyllic red beach huts.
Hanko is a great place for geocaching, with lots of varied terrain and dozens of interesting caches.
If it’s a rainy day or you fancy something relaxing, head on down to Kino Olympia, just a few minutes walk from Hotel Regatta.
Hanko is a great place for winter swimming, which can be beneficial for the body and mind.
No trip to Hanko is complete without going to the beach. The region is blessed with numerous lovely beaches and coves.
This popular walk, and one which is easily accessible from Hotel Regatta, is known as the Love Path.
Merijooga (Sea Yoga) was founded by Johanna Pawlin. It combines the love of yoga, sea, waves and closeness to nature.
Hanko is home to an outdoor go karting track. Two-stroke cars are available for an adrenaline filled day.
Hanko and the surrounding archipelago offer many great opportunities for kayaking and boating.
Bowling is a fun activity for all ages, and can’t be affected by the weather.
Hanko is one of the best locations for windsurfing, kitesurfing and kiteboarding in Finland, with Tulliniemenranta and Hopeahietikko (Silversand) b
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Hanko is a popular golfing destination in Finland.
When the sea freezes in Hanko after the New Year, it is a wonderful spectacle.
There are many enjoyable cross country skiing tracks in and around Hanko.
Try Aerialyoga with the Mind & Body Adventure class at Merijooga studio.