Enjoy the winter idyll in the far north with this holiday home for up to ten people in Lapland.1/5Holiday with a large group of people
Finland | Discover Finland together with friends. These holiday homes have at least four bedrooms and therefore offer plenty of space for several travellers.
Per week from USD 688show 234 offers
Houseboat for up to six people on a calm lake in the heart of Finland.2/5Without solid ground
Finland | Don’t just spend your holiday by the water, but directly on it! With your own houseboat that you can steer yourself, you can experience Finland's nature perfectly.
Per week from USD 2,712show 7 offers
Log house for 8 people in the Finnish lake district.
3/5With your own fishing area
Finland | The north European country is well-known for its fishing culture. In this fishing lodge with access to the lake, you can cast your fishing line right from the jetty into the water.
Per week from USD 400show 158 offers
4/5And I can come too
Finland | With these holiday houses it is expressly allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from USD 443show 1,194 offers
Polar lights over a hut for four people in Karesuvanto close to the Finnish-Swedish border.5/5When the sky comes alight
Lapland | In northern Scandinavia winter is the time where one particularly sees a lot of polar lights. With a holiday house in snowy Lapland you will have a good chance of witnessing this natural spectacle.
Per week from USD 455show 769 offers
Rent a holiday home in beautiful Northern Savonia
Located in eastern Finland, Northern Savonia rewards hikers, canoeists, and fishermen with its breathtaking landscape. The local dialect is Savo but most of the region's younger inhabitants speak English, German and Russian. The vast expanses of this sparsely populated region make it the ideal destination in which to rent a holiday house or holiday home in locations such as Tuusniemi and Maaninka.
The culture of Northern Savonia's cities
Founded under Swedish rule, Kuopio is Northern Savonia's principal city. Surrounded on three sides by lakes including Finland's largest lake, Lake Saimaa, this quaint city is populated with holiday apartments, holiday rentals and holiday houses. The Kuopio Market Place is a great way to sample the local culture and fresh produce, while the revolving restaurant atop Kuopio's Puijo Tower offers a unique dining experience. Kuopio's attractions include the Old Kuopio Museum, the Victor Barsokevitsch Photographic Centre and the Orthodox Church Museum of Finland. The city of Varkaus is popular for the historic Stora Enso Pulp Mill, the Taipale Canal and the Mekaanisen Musiikin Museo, the only mechanical music museum in Finland, while Iisalmi, another of the region's cities, is known for its beer museum, Olvi - Panimomuseo, and the Iisalmi Wooden Church. During the summer Northern Savonia is abuzz with international music, dance and wine festivals. Make sure you try the mouth watering Savo speciality, kalakukko (fish pie) as well as kotikalja, a homemade non-alcoholic ale. Strawberry lovers shouldn't miss the oldest summer festival in Finland, the Suonenjoki Strawberry Carnival.
Experience the natural wonders of Finland
Northern Savonia attracts travellers with its natural beauty and rustic holiday house options. Kuopio's three ski centres in Tahko, Kasurila and Puijo are recommended for winter sports as well as offering watersports like sailing, wind surfing, jet skiing and water skiing. The Orinoro Gorge in Leppävirta is an adventurous hiking trail which leads into a narrow gorge with vertical cliffs, while Leppävirta's spa is a good way to destress when you book a holiday rental or holiday home.