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  • Neristan – the old wooden town in Kokkola

    The Old Wooden Town Neristan is a gem at the centre of Kokkola and it is one of our country’s most extensively preserved historical area of wooden houses. Enjoy the walking along the ready-planned  route or participate in one of the guided tours of Neristan.

  • Conference in Kokkola

    Congress Kokkola is easy to reach wherever you are! It provides a wide range of customisable and functional congress services in central Finland, along fast traffic connections. The meeting and conference facilities and the comfortable hotels of Kokkola are all situated in a central location, near the marketplace.

  • Kokkola for children

    Have a great time in the well-maintained parks and skate areas of Kokkola. The weather is always perfect in VesiVeijari. There is both an indoor and an outdoor slide, which are sure to thrill you all day long. The Toivonen Animal Park and Peasant Museum offers something to see and do for the whole family.

  • Lighthouse island of Tankar

    Tankar – the island of a thousand tales – is a picturesque lighthouse island in the outer archipelago. The traditions of seafaring and fishing live strong on this rugged and beautiful island. The M/S Jenny connection to Kokkola, the summer café, guest harbour and accommodation choices are available to the locals an  tourists alike.

  • Visit Kokkola brochure

    Start your Kokkola adventure with us today. Check out the tips and recommendations for your vacation; accommodation, restaurants, events,  attractions and activities. Our brochures can be read online.

  • Follow us on social media

    Follow us on our social media channels Facebook and Instagram and you will find the best tips of Kokkola. Remember #visitkokkola and we will share the best pictures and tips on our channels.

Spring highlights

  • The Toivonen Animal Park and the Peasant Museum

    This family summer destination is located just 10 km from the centre of Kokkola. There’s plenty to see on site, from old peasant life in themed buildings, to old cars and cute animals.

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  • Cycling year-round

    The surroundings of Kokkola offer ideal routes for cycling. Rent a fatbike or electric bike and explore destinations on the coast.  How about  participating in bike safaris?

    Cycling in Kokkola
  • Kieppi

    Kieppi – Kokkola museum of Natural History is filled with natures wonders. Veikko Salkio’s natural history collection, Viljo Nissinen’s mineral collection and Armas Järvelä’s lepidoptera collection are on display at the museum quarter. Kieppis garden displays the province’s rock types and specialities of the Finnish bedrock.

  • Traces of the land uplift and maritime

    Kokkola National Urban Park covers an area of almost 20 000 hectares, mostly comprised of water areas. The park stretches from Kokkola railway station to the maritime archipelago and Tankar Lighthouse.

    Kokkola National Urban Park
  • A world-class Orchestra

    Winner of many awards, the Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra is one of the best-known Finnish orchestras internationally. We warmly invite you to share with us the harmonious sound of our dynamic, quick-to-react orchestra!

  • Events in Kokkola

    Check out current and upcoming events easily via the events calendar. Pick out categories that interest you and choose suitable days, when you want to enjoy the memorable Kokkola.

    Events Calendar
  • Take a peek at Kokkola’s past

    Pick up your smartphone and a journey to the past can begin. You can find two routes in Kokkola from the Atla app, where you get to know about Kokkola Maritime history and The Lighthouse Island of Tankar. Historys moments are introduced to you by Kokkola’s city residents, local dignitaries and King Gustav II Adolf himself.

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