Public Transport in Raseborg
The new public transport system of Raseborg, Bosse, is finally here! By using Bosse, you can easily and affordably navigate around Raseborg and explore the districts.
Raseborg, on the Finnish south coast midway between the cities of Helsinki and Turku, is closer than you might think. The journey takes just over an hour from those cities, but when you arrive, you step into a different world.
Here you can really experience tranquility, easy living and small town charm. The municipality of Raseborg was named by a medieval castle with the same name, and there a plenty of other historical places to visit. Discover the popular artisan villages of Fiskars and Billnäs, admire the narrow alleys and wooden houses of Old town Ekenäs or find peace and quiet by the stately Svartå Manor. If you prefer nature you can cycle in beautiful landscapes, take a meditative walk in the woods and pick berries and mushrooms. Breathe the fresh sea air on a beach in the archipelago or go on canoeing trip. Enjoy local artisan foods and drinks at cozy cafes or restaurants and buy fine ingredients at markets and farms. Welcome to fall in love!
Welcome to Raseborg. Close. Yet different. The new public transport system of Raseborg, Bosse, is finally here! By using Bosse, you can easily and affordably navigate around Raseborg and explore the districts.
Treat yourself a change of scenery and work remotely from Raseborg. In Raseborg you will find countryside, culture, history, innovative thinking and entrepreneurship – the perfect ingredients to refuel with new energy.
The popular outdoor recreation center in Västerby, about 5 kilometers outside Ekenäs center, has received a new and updated map.
Finland's first bikepacking bicycle route is here! Bike a longer distance at once or try the experience over the weekend. The trail is easily reached by train, bus or metro.
Welcome to enjoy a wonderful holiday in Raseborg! If you need help during your stay, Raseborg offers several tourist information points in different parts of our large municipality: a few in our small towns, some in cosy villages or by historical sights and two in the beautiful archipelago!
A new nature and culture path called Culture path has been opened in Billnäs Village! The path takes you through the beautiful scenery of Pumpviken to Billnäs, but also familiarizes you with the eventful history and culture of the area. There are nine information signs along the route in total, and the material has been compiled by historians Kim Björklund and Aapo Roselius.