The island withhold one of the finest old-growth forests in southern Finland. The shores attract lots of migratory birds, like Olive-backed Pipit. In spring you can witness great Velvet Scoter migration and in autumn the island is known for it's rarities.
You can explore the island by foot, but you need a boat ride from local fisherman.
Terrain and HabitatForest, Wetland, Plain, Reedbeds, Sea
ConditionsFlat, Rocky, Slippery
Is a telescope useful?Yes
Good birding seasonSpring, Autumn
Best time to visitAutumn migration
Difficulty walking trailStrenuous
Birdwatching hide / platformNo
The local fisher usually take birders to the island. You can find more info from the local ornithological society. There is a lighthouse on the island and a herd of Mouflon roam in the woods.