Kotiluoto is a culturally and historically valuable villa and excursion island in the eastern archipelago. It withstands recreational use well and offers a lot to see for its size. The island’s unique stone villa and yard are currently used by an association, but otherwise you can hike freely on the island. The villa is protected. The building has been rented by the Helsinki Navigation Society and the East Helsinki Yacht Club.
Western, Eastern and Northern Villaluoto islands form a cluster of small excursion islands, which are being developed especially for visitors arriving on a kayak or private boat. Northern and Eastern Villaluoto are suitable for short-term camping, while Western Villaluoto is intended for day tours.
Kotiluoto and Northern and Eastern Villaluoto have cooking shelters but no firewood. Bring your own firewood.
Kotiluoto and Northern and Eastern Villaluoto have toilets.
The mooring of boats on the waterborne transport pier on Kotiluoto is forbidden. Boat mooring rings can be found on the northeast and southeast shores. Berthing to the piers is allowed on the Eastern and Northern Villaluoto islands.
There are mooring sites for canoes and kayaks on Kotiluoto on both the east and west shores. Eastern Villaluoto has several mooring points for canoes and kayaks on the northern and eastern shores of the island. On Northern Villaluoto, canoes and kayaks can be moored on the north-eastern and northern shores of the island.
Kotiluoto and Northern and Eastern Villaluoto are suitable for short-term camping, while Western Villaluoto is intended for day tours.
There is no public transport to the Kotiluoto and the Villaluoto islands.
In all outdoor recreation areas, observe everyman’s rights and rules and move responsibly in nature: