Utö is Finland´s southermost inhabited island. The island´s lighthouse, pilot station and former army outpost have been recognised as being of cultural importance by the National Board of Antiquities. The island´s rugged nature creates a strong contrast to its warm Archipelago surroundings.
You can reach Utö either from Pärnäs (in Nagu) aboard the island ferry Eivor, or from Turku - the River Aura at the foot of the Martinsilta bridge aboard m/s Aspö. The jourrney takes a few hours, but once there it´s easy to see the importance of the long voyage. The historic, pristine and serene island awaits you with its fascinating attractions, from the lighthouse to the prayer room.
Utö Havshotel offers quality accommodation, conference and restaurant services in the heart of the unique archipelago. There is well-equipped conference room for 70 people and other facilities for smaller groups. The high-quality, fully licensed restaurant, with seating for more than 100, is suitable for seminaras or weddings. Sea transport can be arranged when required. Additional activities range from garden games to seal safaris. Facilities include accommodation for 90 guests. Open year round and accessible by boat from Turku and Nauvo.