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For casual birdwatchers and professional ornithologists, Hanko is one of the top destinations in Finland.
Hanko has been the stage for many key battles in Finland’s history.
Hanko is a great place for geocaching, with lots of varied terrain and dozens of interesting caches.
When travelling to Hanko there is the opportunity to stop at the Raseborg castle ruins.
Take a walk to The Storm Tower, located on the cliffs above SteelStudio gym in Kuningattarenvuori, Western Harbour.
Hanko has many historical relics and monuments, including the Monument of Liberty.
Hanko was the place where over 250,000 Finns left their homeland on their journey to the New World.
In many photographs of Hanko you will see the majestic Evangelical Lutheran Hanko Church.
Hanko is a favorite location for Finnish photographers. It’s many stunning landscapes make for great photographs.
Hanko possesses a surprising amount of interesting historic architecture despite.
Hanko is a key port with many popular harbours, including some of the largest in Finland.
No trip to Hanko is complete without going to the beach. The region is blessed with numerous lovely beaches and coves.
The best Finnish restaurants are renowned for their use of wild herbs and native plants.
This popular walk, and one which is easily accessible from Hotel Regatta, is known as the Love Path.