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The Mathildedal ironworks is representative of rugged 19th century industry and the ironworks milieu at its best. Viktor Zebor Bremer established the ironworks in 1852. Today the factory area serves as a cultural tourist spot. The services offered in the naturally beautiful ironworks area, situated at the gateway to the archipelago, are open year-round.
Better meetings at Holiday Club Caribia. Our versatile services ensure that you can relax and rejuve-nate while you work. Our meeting spaces range from small meeting rooms to larger conference facil-ities. Getting to Holiday Club Caribia is easy, and we are only 1.5km away from the Turku city centre and a short walk away from the Campus area. Our restaurants provide guests with tasty meeting lunches, snacks and coffee. Want something different for lunch at your meeting? Then treat yourself with a delicious pizza at our Classic Pizza Restaurant. Or how about starting off your meeting with our extensive breakfast buffet?
Kunstenniemi Course and Camp Centre is situated in the heart of the most beautiful archipelago and a unique oak forest. The Kunstenniemi Course and Camp Centre is located in Rymättylä. Kunstenniemi offers the visitor a peaceful natural setting and a wide variety of activities, ranging from paddling and orienteering to football and yard games.
Kylämäki Village in Kurala is made up of four farms with buildings still standing at their original sites. The village has been inhabited since the 7th century. Nowadays, Kurala is a village of living history where visitors can travel back in time to a typical Southwest Finnish farm of the 1950s, complete with authentic scents and rural atmosphere.