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Tourist regions

The Lapland district is divided into tourist regions. Tunturi-Lappi (Fell Lapland) comprises the tourist regions of Enontekiö-Kilpisjärvi, Pallas, Olos, Ylläs and Levi. The North Lapland district includes the Saariselkä resort, and the most significant tourist resorts in East Lapland are Pyhä-Luosto, Suomu, Kemijärvi, Salla and Posio. South Lapland has the Tornionjoki River Valley and Meri-Lappi (Sea Lapland). Read the descriptions of the tourist regions and choose the destination that appeals most.
 

Enontekiö - Kilpisjärvi

Tourists from around the world can enjoy the traditions and pure nature of the area.
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Levi

Levi’s enchanting fell landscapes encourage people to enjoy nature...
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Sea Lapland

Sea Lapland has exciting town life with surrounding nature and history...
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Muonio - Olos - Pallas

In addition to its unique nature, Fell Lapland provides all the necessary basic services required for a successful holiday..
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Posio

Posio is a district in South Lapland of tourism and ceramics and plenty of possibilities...
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Pyhä - Luosto

Pyhä and Luosto are so close that a visitor can easily use the services of both resorts
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Rovaniemi

Rovaniemi is the capital of Finnish Lapland, in the Northern Arctic Circle...
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Saariselkä - Inari

In the Saariselkä fell village all services are within walking distance...
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Salla

Salla is surrounded by Europe’s largest wilderness region that lives its own life...
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Suomu - Kemijärvi

Suomu is located on the Arctic Circle and is known as Santa’s official ski resort...
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Tornionlaakso

Tourists from around the world can enjoy the traditions and pure nature of the area.
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Ylläs

Ylläs is a wonderland of numerous experiences for people of all ages...
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