Local travel in Raisio
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The park is at its best when the hundreds of rhododendrons are in bloom, from late May to mid-June.
Bus lines: 6, 7, 206
Nearest stop: Kirkko
Read more about Alppiruusupuisto (in Finnish).
Hauninen Reservoir is an artificial lake built in 1973 with a walking path circling the shore. Along the path, you can find two lean-tos and even a full-size disc golf course.
Bus lines: 220, 221, 300
Nearest stop: Kauppakeskus Mylly
Read more about Hauninen Reservoir (in Finnish).
Along the Vaskipolku Trail, you can see sights from the late Iron Age. The trail runs along the banks of Raisio River in the Ihala and Huhko areas.
Bus lines: 6, 7
Nearest stop: Huhko
Read more about Vaskipolku (in Finnish).
Raisionlahti Bay is one of the most significant resting and feeding spots for migrant birds in Southwest Finland. The four-kilometre-long Uikkupolku Trail circles the Raisionlahti Nature Reserve along the coastal meadows. There is also a birdwatching tower along the trail.
Bus line: 206
Nearest stop: Kaanaan koulu
Read more about Uikkupolku (in Finnish).
The Kullaa Trail is the most urban route of the Kuhankuono trails: one of the starting points is at the Kerttula sports centre in the town of Raisio. Nevertheless, many parts along the way remain in a natural state, especially in the Kullavuori nature reserve. The Kullaa Trail offers a diverse range of landscapes, including river views and beautiful farm scenery.
Bus line: 300, K2, 6, 7 and 7A
Nearest stops: Kerttula school (300, R2), Varppee (6, 7, 7A)
Read more about the Kullaa trail.