Kultaranta Golf Resort

Address: Saerkaensalmentie 178, Naantali, Western Finland, 21100, Finland | Resort
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This resort, located on Saerkaensalmentie 178, Naantali, is near Moominworld (Muumimaailma).
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        Travel Blogs from Naantali

        Nagu and Korpoo on the Finnish Archipelago

        A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 08, 2014

        59 photos


        It's day 3 in Nagu and we just finished with our first Finnish Sauna. It's a wood-fired traditional sauna and wow, was that worth it. Michael, the owner of the Grannas B&B needed a 4 hour notice to stoke the fire. It cost extra but we're not complaining as bowls of jello are very unlikely to complain.

        The tradition is to sit naked while pouring ladels of water over the heated rocks. I'm sure you're all familiar with a sauna but ...

        Chilling Out

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 28, 2014

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... fizzy grapefruit juice with a bit of gin added, doesn’t sound much but it is widely drunk. It is not cheap however, we bought 12 x 50ml cans and were astounded when we were asked to pay €44! That’s €7 a litre for a bit of well, lemonade but with 5% gin added. Still, it’s done now and it is a nice, cooling drink. Better than tomato juice, which is what I am having ...

        Naantali & a traditional Finnish sea cottage

        A travel blog entry by bmbobel on Jul 17, 2014

        19 photos

        ... at the scenery. It reminded me a lot of Vermont...lush green trees, rolling hills and some cows dotting the landscape. Their cottage is on an island that was only accessible by ferry until the bridge was built 20 years ago. The view going over said bridge is breathtaking. We got to the cottage just as Pekka's son Miko and his family were leaving, so we briefly said hi. Then Pekka and Anneli showed us around.

        We stayed in the original cottage; ...

        Day 24 - Stockholm to Turku

        A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 12, 2013

        7 photos

        ... just have been advertising lottery tickets. We think you flagged it down, got your fish supper, ate it on board while the barge zig zagged down the river collecting more customers. Presumably at some stage you got off, but whether they dropped you off near home or you had to hoof it back was not clear. It was nice to have a meal without looking wide eyed at the menu muttering 'how much?' under one's breath. The waitress gave us our first Finnish lesson, then we wandered ...

        Hot Long haired men and Cellos = Heaven

        A travel blog entry by penny.hope on Jul 07, 2012

        30 photos

        ... I have not gone through the torturous 12 hours wait at the airport with minimal sleep to be beaten now.

        I get one of the first buses and powerwalk my way to the venue, who knew my little legs could carry me so fast, Marathon runners at the Olympics watch out! Paula I should have taken your pedometer although the milage I've done may have broken it!

        I arrive around 3pm, the first band PALEFACE are just about to take to the stage ...