Mossala Island Resort

Houtskär, Archipelago Sea, Finland

Mossala Island Resort is located in the heart of the Finnish Archipelago Biosphere Reserve. The largest archipelago in the world, protected by UNESCO, consists of over 20,000 green islands, surrounded by the blue Baltic Sea. If you want to escape everyday life, take a deep breath of pure nature and enjoy wonderful tranquility, this is the place for you.

The owners of the resort have invested a lot of energy, love and dedication to transform the former leisure center on the island, a building from the 70s, into today's eco-resort. There are several ways to spend your vacation here: either on the fully equipped campsite or in one of the simple but cozy wooden huts and lodges. The huts are sheltered in the pine forest and yet it is only a stone's throw to the sea. If you prefer to be exclusive, choose the third option: the Exclusive Lodge. Finnish nature is paired here with Swedish design at its finest. Of course, the sauna, which is mandatory in Finland, is not missing either.

Sports lovers and outdoor enthusiasts will get their money's worth on Mossala. The diverse offer, starting with canoeing or kayaking, fishing, various water sports, extensive hiking tours in the surrounding forests, where delicious wild herbs, mushrooms or berries can be collected, up to a disc golf course and a beach volleyball court, offers everyone Taste something. There is a well-protected marina in the northwest of the island.

In the park there is also a concert and dance hall with regular events, a lookout tower and a playground for children. The beaches are well protected and suitable for children to swim.

In the evening the BBQ beckons, with guitar music around the campfire or romantic moments at sunset on the beach. Alternatively, you can enjoy delicious, fresh dishes and excellent drinks in the restaurant belonging to the resort - together with a beautiful view of the sea.

Rooms + Rates

per night
Camping sitefrom13 €
Cottagefrom50 €
entire housefrom180 €


ArchitectureThe architecture of the wooden huts is typically Scandinavian. What is special is their location: each house has a view of the water and its own terrace. The huts were taken over by the previous owner and renovated according to ecological criteria in order to preserve the character and to keep the use of materials as low as possible. Only local and natural materials were used for each building of the resort - the buildings were adapted to nature and not the other way around during construction.

FoodThe restaurant works with various regional suppliers and tries to source all the necessary ingredients as locally as possible. The menu in the restaurant is based on seasonally available goods.


EnvironmentEnvironmental protection is a top priority for the operators of the Mossala Island Resort. This includes the sustainable use of all natural, especially non-renewable resources, as well as economical energy and water consumption. The saunas are operated with local wood from the island. The use of plastics is avoided to reduce waste. At the resort, materials are reused, recycled and organic composted wherever possible. The operators reject materialism and try to avoid unnecessary luxury. Instead, they are committed to protecting and maintaining a healthy nature and all of its gifts, because this is the real luxury for body, mind and soul. The operators strive to constantly optimize their environmental management and reduce the carbon footprint of the entire company, including its suppliers. To this end, the employees receive regular training.

Well-BeingAbove all, you can leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind on Mossala. There is of course a sauna, or even two, as well as two yoga platforms, one of which is aimed at sunrise and one at sunset. Relaxation can also offer a fishing trip or a hike. Blueberries, cranberries or all kinds of mushrooms can be collected on the edge of the path. The forest is just a few steps from the houses.


  • Eco-resort in the largest island archipelago in the world
  • Camping site, wooden huts or exclusive design lodge
  • Sea view restaurant with heated terrace
  • Located directly on the sea
  • Numerous sports and outdoor activities
  • Ideal for switching off and recharging your batteries

Resort27 huts + lodgesOwn cooking facilities + restaurantChildren welcomeWi-FiDisabled accessno PoolPets allowed


  • 27 differently equipped huts and lodges + campsite
  • Fully equipped kitchenettes or communal kitchen on camping site
  • Mossala Island restaurant
  • Free parking
  • Two saunas on the premises
  • Barbecue
  • Marina
  • Boat and bike rental
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Rooms + Rates

per night
Camping sitefrom13 €
Cottagefrom50 €
entire housefrom180 €

Location + Directions

By plane

The closest airport is Turku Airport. From there it is approximately three hours by ferry, which is free, to Mossala Island. The journey from Helsinki to Mossala Island takes around five hours. You will receive the exact route description when booking.