21100 Naantali
The President's summer island is an easy deviation from the golf course.

Luonnonmaa is an island directly opposite the town of Naantali to the south-west of the city. In 1934 the Ukko-Pekka bridge was built to get there from the mainland. Beyond the Archipelago, Merimasku and Rymättylä, take the Luonnonmaa route and enjoy the staggering views from the Särkänsalmi bridge.

Why do the tourists go to Luonnomaa? The island's main attraction is Kultaranta, the Finnish President’s handsome and classic, granite summerhouse, owned by businessman Alfred Kordelin and built between the years 1913-16. Guided tours to the lovely gardens are also available from Turku.

Another great place to be in Luonnonmaa and built in this century is the Kultaranta Resort. There you can enjoy a lovely round of golf amidst the island's finest scenery while others enjoy outdoors and fitness pursuits on Kultaranta’s magnificent estate. Kultaranta Resort also includes modern holiday apartments, a club-house and it’s own restaurant.