Vimpeli

Vimpeli – a town of heroes Located on the eastern shore of a large crater lake in the lake district of South Ostrobothnia, Vimpeli is known for its gutsy, community-spirited and enterprising atmosphere. This world capital of Finnish baseball is well known for Europe’s largest crater lake, an upper secondary school specialising in ball games, …

Isojoki

Isojoki – Finland’s kökkä capital! With about 2,000 residents, Isojoki, the southernmost town in South Ostrobothnia, makes an impact bigger than its size. It is known for its community-spirited, warm and human-centred atmosphere. The local dialect has a word that describes Isojoki to a tee: kökkä, which refers to an occasion of volunteers coming together …

Alajärvi

Alajärvi – living culture among Aalto’s architecture Southern Ostrobothnian and Central Finnish characteristics come together in Alajärvi, which is also the hub for local commercial and educational operations and municipal services. In Alajärvi, residents and visitors can spend time in safe, pleasant and architecturally valuable surroundings amid green spaces and lake scenery. Alajärvi invests in …

Alavus

Alavus – bold and beautiful Finland’s largest department store offers a destination for a memorable day trip The main attraction in Alavus is Keskinen Brothers’ Village Shop in Tuuri. In addition to offering a unique atmosphere, the shopping centre houses almost a hundred high-quality stores and service providers. With its fun Moomin playground, Tuuri offers …

Kuortane

Kuortane – relaxation, exercise and activities A paradise for fitness enthusiasts Kuortane Sports Resort offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor sports activities. An excellent selection of well-being tests and a wide range of physical fitness activities make your stay at Kuortane a memorable experience. We offer tennis and golf courses, subsidised holidays and …

Kurikka

Kurikka – an entrepreneurial town amid nature Explore the Devil’s Nest and hike on nature trails Kurikka’s numerous nature trails offer ideal conditions for hiking. A popular route running through Jyllinkoski woods is particularly beautiful. Other popular hiking routes include the Nuijapolku, Karhunpolku, Korven Jotos, Kurjen kierros and Sällinpolku trails. In Ylivalli, Jalasjärvi, you can …

Lappajärvi

Lappajärvi – a town by Europe’s largest crater lake Lappajärvi, with 3,000 residents, is located on the shore of a crater lake created when a meteorite hit the ground on the site. Its population expands significantly in the summer, when summer residents and holidaymakers return to the area’s 1,100 holiday homes. The spectacular scenery and …

Seinäjoki

Seinäjoki – a city of events Seinäjoki has become known for its numerous events. Established in 1979, Provinssi is one Finland’s largest rock festivals. The three-day festival attracts tens of thousands of visitors every June. July is an action-packed month in Seinäjoki. The Tangomarkkinat tango festival offers high emotion and memorable experiences and invites visitors …

Soini

Soini – the pearl of South Ostrobothnia Soini offers natural beauty and stunning hiking routes amid varied terrain formed by strangmoors, numerous lakes and handsome ridges. The area also boasts South Ostrobothnia’s highest point, Raitamäki. In Soini, visitors can experience colourful stories, old traditions and mythical nature in all seasons. Because the area lies above …

Ähtäri

Ähtäri – home to pandas and fun activities Visit Ähtäri is your tour guide to the most interesting places to visit in the area. The website also has an online shop where you can buy almost everything you need for your holiday in Ähtäri. In addition to the online shop, the website offers help to …