Helsinki's untamed heart


Kallahdenniemi is an important and diverse recreational headland in Eastern Helsinki, south of Rastila. The headland is connected to the mainland via narrow ridge, and otherwise is bounded by the sea. The diverse nature and the shallow beach attract visitors especially during the summer.

Getting there

- by metro (Rastila or Vuosaari station)

- bus 560


  •     Type: Recreational and nature protection area
  •     Size: 90 ha
  •     Neighborhoods: Rastila, Vuosaari
  •     Nature: Ridge formation, sandy and stone beaches, pine forests
  •     Animals: Important bird habitat
  •     Services: Nature trail, cafe & snack bar, official beach, WC, parking

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