Juuka - what to do during your visit

 

  • Buy local hand-made ceramics, for which Juuka is famous for.
  • Enjoy the unique historic milieu of Puu-Juuka, the old wood-built town quarter, and visit its highlight, the Mill Museum along the beautiful Herralankoski Rapids.
  • Admire the fascinating Koli, Finland’s oldest holiday destination just outside the borders of Juuka.
  • Visit geology and art exhibitions in the Finnish Stone Centre and learn about the formation of volcanoes, history of cave paintings and much more.

Leaflets and general information for tourists are available in the entrance hall of Juuka Town Hall (Poikolantie 1, 83900 Juuka). At the Town Hall’s information counter there are also road and hiking maps as well as Juuka and Koli view postcards for sale.

Leaflets are also available at the service station Kolinportti (Kolintie 10, 83950 Ahmovaara), which is located at the intersection of Highway 6 and Kolintie.


Tourist Information

Contact: 
Finnish Stone Centre (open at summer time)
Joensuuntie 1226 A / Kuhnustantie 10, 83940 Nunnanlahti  | Location on the map
Tel. +358 20 7636600 
kivikeskus@tulikivi.fi

Year-round tourist information: please send an e-mail at neuvonta@juuka.fi

 

Juuan kunta

Juuan kunnantalo

Avoinna ma-pe klo 9-15
Poikolantie 1, 83900 Juuka 
P. 040 104 2000
Fax. (013) 472 123


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