◀︎ Bike tours

🌒 4 Nights

☀️ 5 Days

🚴🏻‍♀️ 174 km

Bicycle tour from Turku to Mariehamn and return by ship

This tour let's you see a lot of nature and a lot of islands! Starting in Turku, you bike to Naantali and then down to Nauvo for your first night. The next day you continue to Galtby by bike and from there by ferry to Kökar, an islands that both locals and tourists are very fond of. Here you stay one night in Klobbars Guesthouse.

After Kökar you go by ferry to visit Föglö and bike to the historic guesthouse Enigheten in the old port village Degerby. Depending on day of week you might have time for a visit to the island of Sottunga, which is the smallest municipality in Finland! After Föglö you continue biking across Åland to visit the castle in Kastelholm. Your last day on Åland gives you time to sample some restaurants in Mariehamn and visit sights such as the tall ship Pommern.

Price per person

In double rooms €425

This is included

🛏 Double rooms

You'll sleep in private double rooms. Shared bathrooms and showers.

In case any of our partners are fully booked, we'll arrange alternative accommodation of the same standard.

☕️ Breakfast

Breakfast is included at all accommodations.

🛳 Return Ship

Return ship to Turku, Stockholm or Grisslehamn included.

🚲 7-24 geared bike

We have a variety of high quality 7-geared, 21-geared and 24-geared bicycles for you to choose from. Our brands are Helkama, Crescent and Tunturi. We also have single speed bikes if you fancy.

If you travel with your own bicycle we will give a discount on the price.

💼 Panniers

Bike panniers with a capacity of 20 liters are included.

🗺 Tour itinerary

Our tailored itineraries are in PDF format and made to be easily read on a mobile phone. They include route description, map links to all important and interesting places, as well as all ferry departure times you will need to travel between islands.

📆 Travel calendar

We send you a digital travel calendar that you can easily add to your telephone to remind you of important times and places. The calendar works on every model of telephone.

🛰 GPX routes

We also send your routes for each day in GPX file format, that can be used with bike computers or offline maps.


🌒 Extra night in Kökar

Day 1: 49km

Turku to Nauvo

Your trip begins in Turku, where you collect your bikes. Bike bags and repair kits are included, as well as bike helmets if you want. After a short bike leg you arrive in Naantali, where you can visit historical sights such as The Naantali Church.

From Nådendal you continue on the main road and turn south by Meripirtti. Biking continues down to Hanka ferry pier, where a ferry will take you to Nauvo, stopping at Själö on the way. In Nauvo you stay in comfortable double rooms at a nice hotel. Here you can take a stroll in the marina or go visit a restaurant.

If you do not wish to make the first leg on bike, you can take a ferry straight from Turku to Nauvo.

Aura river, picture: Seilo Ristimaki Iloinen Turku castle Naantali harbour, picture: Visit Naantali The ferry from Hanka to Nauvo Example of included bike Nauvo marina, picture: Sofia Ek Island biking, picture: Visit Finland Double rooms at Stallbacken Double rooms at Hotel Strandbo

Day 2: 30km

Korpo & Kökar

From Nauvo you bike for about 22 kilometers to Galtby and catch a ferry to the famous Kökar island. About half way through your biking you can stop for a coffee break in Pärnäs before continuing to Korpo. The journey to Kökar takes about 3 hours and you can enjoy beautiful views from the deck. There is a café onboard.

You arrive in Kökar in late afternoon and will bike through Karlby going to your accommodation in Klobbars Guesthouse. You can stay for dinner on the way, or go out to eat after checking in. If you already know you'll love Kökar, we suggest you add an extra night here, giving you plenty of time to visit sights such as Källskär.

Hamnö in Kökar Cultural walking trail in Kökar, picture: Jenni Avellán-Jansson Lunch in Karlby, picture: Jenni Avellán-Jansson There are thousands of islands belonging to Kökar Statue of Mercury in Källskär Sandvik in Kökar, picture: Jenni Avellán-Jansson Kökar church, picture: Jenni Avellán-Jansson Vista in Kökar, picture: Jenni Avellán-Jansson Double rooms at Klobbars Guesthouse

Day 3: 27km


After having breakfast you have the first part of the day to visit some sights in Kökar, such as the medieval stone church in Hamnö and the nearby monastery ruins. The church is close to the pier, where you board another island ferry to continue your trip to Föglö. After rolling ashore in Överö, you continue by bike through the Föglö islands until you reach the old port village of Degerby.

In Degerby you'll stay at the beautiful guesthouse Enigheten - built in the 18th century. They have a recently built sauna in classic style by the beach, where you can relax and watch boats sail past in the sound. Degerby is also host for the famous seaside restaurant Seagram.

Travel itinerary and calendar on your phone is included, picture: Juho Kuva Överö in northern Föglö Ship sailing through Embarsund Rocks in an island in Nötö Antisolar rays over Föglö Restaurang Seagram in Degerby Redfin perch is a specialty at Seagram You're accommodated at Gästhem Enigheten Double rooms at Gästhem Enigheten

🚴🏻‍♀️ Extra detour


Depending on the ferry schedules you might have time to visit the smallest municipality in Finland - the little island Sottunga - and have lunch in their lovely marina before continuing by ferry to Föglö.

Sottunga island

Day 4: 43km


Today you'll leave the southern archipelago with a ferry from Degerby to Svinö. From there you have about 40km of biking in bike lanes, through villages and along forests and fields to reach Kastelholm. On your way you can visit the old captain's estate Pellas or the Önningeby museum. You'll also pass the Lemström canal, built by Russian prisoners. Just before the bridge over Färjsund you can stop for a coffee and enjoy the view over the sound.

A little more cycling and you arrive at the old royal castle at Kastelholm, built in the middle ages and the centre for several political conflicts throughout the ages. This is one of the most popular sights in Åland!

After visiting the castle you can have dinner at one of the nearby restaurants before you continue to the village of Kvarnbo and check in at a Saltvik B&B.

Kastelholm videoKastelholm

Rövarön islet in Dergerby View from Svinö ferry pier Lemström canal, picture: Albin Högman Ålandic farmscape, picture: Tinaa Larsson Färjsund bridge, picture: Tea Murtoniemi Kastelholm castle, picture: Ninni Hagström Kastelholm castle Tower at Kastelholm, picture: Visit Finland Double rooms at Saltvik B&B in Kvarnbo

Day 5: 25km

Mariehamn - Turku

Today is your day to visit the town of Åland - Mariehamn. The Eastern port is a nice place to look at smaller boats belonging to Mariehamn residents, while enjoying a cold drink. Mariehamn also offers a great selection of restaurants and cafés, with something for most every taste and budget. The most interesting attractions here are the Maritime Museum and the impressive old sailing ship Pommern, both in the town's Western port.

Your ship back to Turku also departs from the Western port, in the afternoon. On board you can enjoy the stunning scenery and see if you can recognize the islands you've toured by bicycle as you pass them again on the way back.

Mariehamn videoMariehamn

The church in Jomala is the oldest in Åland, picture: MrFinland Maritime quarters in Mariehamn Houses in Mariehamn Eastern harbour in Mariehamn Åland Maritime Museum Fishing boat in Mariehamn Åland pancake and a cup of coffee Kobba Klintar outside of Mariehamn, picture: Tommi Selander The Marhällan lighthouse, pictured from the ferry to Åland.

🌛 Optional extra

Extra night in Mariehamn

Would you like an additional night in Mariehamn to get more time to explore the town, bike to beautiful Järsö, or go on a boat trip to Kobba Klintar, before traveling back to Turku? Write a request when you reserve and we'll arrange a nice hotel for you.

Kobba Klintar