Sea Lapland is situated on the northernmost shores of the Gulf of Bothnia. The three handsome rivers, the Kemijoki, Torniojoki and Simojoki, flow down to this Gulf at the furthest end of the Bothnian Sea. The National Park of the Gulf of Bothnia Archipelago, the rivers with their rapids and smooth waters, richly green shores, vast open mire areas and wild tracts, form part of the scenery of the Sea Lapland area. Excellent connections to the area make this a central meeting point, as Sea Lapland is located right at the borders of the commune of Oulu and the commune of Lapland, touching the borders of Sweden to the west as well. You can reach Sea Lapland by airplane, on the railway, or by car, and naturally, on boat through the handsome waterways anywhere from Europe or even from further away. Take a break in your daily routines, and come visit Sea Lapland; we offer you endless possibilities for various adventures and delightful pleasures to store among the best of your memories, both during winter and summer seasons.