Åland Archipelago Overview
Situated amidst the Gulf of Bothnia in the Baltic Sea region, the Aland Archipelago consists of over 6000 rocky islands of which only a handful are inhabited. Stunning scenic beauty aside, these islands are primarily known for sweet and wild red berries, vineyards, fisheries, and white sandy beaches.

If exploring the beautiful flora and fauna is not interesting enough, there are numerous trails that travelers can explore.  Cycling and hiking aside, travelers can experience the true wilderness while lodging and camping amidst dense forest covers and seclusions these islands offer.

Åland, Finland
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