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Families with small children like this beach; shallow water and less party oriented crowds make it more peaceful area. It is a smallish beach where old well maintained villas make it a very special setup. Winds can be chilly at times.
When Hanko was built nearly 150 years ago, many rich families established their villas along the Bellevue (French for beautiful view) beach and Appelgrenintie (the street going towards the harbors). They are all beautiful to watch and similar in spirit as maybe villas in Saltsjobaden,...More
Nice and very fine sand.. The water is clear and for young children perfect cause the water level is only about 30 cm deep for about 200 m. Not a lot of people on this beach
and If you go futher on the road you...More
visited last week of August - what Canada calls "summer". Not a soul on this beach and very few in town. We were told summer here is last week of June to 1st week of August. It was very cold so I guess they are...More
It was a little cool for me to go into the water (most people were happily enjoying it, though), but this is a very pretty beach. I spent a very relaxing hour or so just sitting and enjoying the view. The pine trees were quite...More
Nice sand beach and a lot of old villas nearby to have a coffee or something to drink. One can walk/cycle about 2 km along sandy path to the north and find a small wooden cafe/restaurant in the north end of the beach.
Many restaurants, good food. Marina is great for sailing boats, and power boats. Annual Regatta is a big thin in July, Poker Run with a massive number of muscle boats competing in August. Tennis, and horses, golf, trips to the Archipelago, You name it.
worth to visit! clean and really nice. One of the best seashore in Finland. I dont know how it looks like in spring or autumn, but in summer it looks amazing. Water has little fish swimming in it. you can see it,because water is quite...More