The 5 Best Things to Do in Kalajoki, Finland

February 8, 2018 Phylicia Berquist

Kalajoki in Finland, from Europe region, is best know for Zipline & Aerial Adventure Parks. Discover best things to do in Kalajoki with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Kalajoki

1. Seikkailupuisto Pakka

Tuomipakkaintie 19, Kalajoki 85100, Finland
Excellent
71%
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29%
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4.5 based on 17 reviews

Seikkailupuisto Pakka

Reviewed By Seagull4free - Orlando

Safe way to climb trees and experience ziplines. good instructors make you feel safe. Some limitation with height and weight, I would say normal people with normal healt can go but not small children ( maybe +10 and up). 3 levels of cources

2. Maakalla

Bothnian Bay, Kalajoki 85100, Finland
Excellent
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5 based on 4 reviews

Maakalla

Reviewed By FinTravelCat - Helsinki

The rugged beauty of the island is worth to see. We made a cruise to Maakalla on Galeas Ansio from Rahja's harbour. Maakalla's speciality is that it has autonomy and is governed by local fishermen.

3. Galeas Ansio

Konikarvontie 200, Kalajoki 85180, Finland
Excellent
67%
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33%
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Galeas Ansio

Reviewed By FinTravelCat - Helsinki

We made a sea cruise on Galeas Ansio to the isle of Maakalla from Rahja's harbour. It took 1:45 to cruise to Maakalla and then we had an hour time to look around the small island and its harbour and village. Cruise back took about an hour. It was a great opportunity to get aquainted to the rugged beauty of the coastline. Around 35 guests participated. Fish soup and coffee was served and included to the fare. Local fishermen sold freshly smoked whitefish on Maakalla.

4. Jukupark Kalajoki

Jukupolku 3-5, Kalajoki 85100, Finland +358 8 4692500
Excellent
22%
Good
5%
Satisfactory
46%
Poor
22%
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5%
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3 based on 18 reviews

Jukupark Kalajoki

Reviewed By Rob A - Gerrards Cross, United Kingdom

Went here with my 7 year old daughter. We spent 2 hours at the park, which was enough time to try most things.
If you've been to water parks in Southern Europe or USA you'll find this quite average, but for the short summer season in Finland it's better than nothing.
Some of the facilities are a bit dated and could be in better condition - but I expect with that short season there isn't a lot of spare cash for improvements.

5. Surf Center

Tuomipakkaintie 20, Kalajoki 85100, Finland
Surf Center

Finland’s biggest surf center is located in Kalajoki. It is run by Rautio Sports and has been open since spring 2011. Surf Center serves windsurfers, kitesurfers and stand up paddlers offering beginners’ courses, rental equipment, and equipment testing. We also build tailored programs for groups and arrange demo events on Beaches, in holiday locations, schools and educat

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