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Ferries from Langnas go to Turku in Finland and to Stockholm in Sweden. Langnas ferries are operated by Viking Line, and can be booked using AFerry. Below, you can find a list of the latest departures alongside a list our best prices.
Langnas is just 18 miles south east of Åland's capital Mariehamn. Langnas Ferry Port belongs to the autonomous authority of Åland and was built to accommodate more connections to the mainland Finland and Sweden.
Langnas is a small harbour in Lumparland, one of the smallest municipalities on Åland. Lumparland is a picturesque little county with lush green meadows, fields alternating with forests, hills, bays and beautiful beaches.
A must see place while in Langnas is the oldest wooden church of Lumparland and the breathtaking view from the highest mountain called Lumpokasen.
Lumparland is connected to several of the other Åland municipalities, Sweden and Finnish mainland by means of the Langnas Ferry Port.
Ferries to and from Langnas
Viking Line ferry service offers a vast rang of entertainment, and other facilities including high quality restaurants, bars, lounges, relaxing saunas and swimming pools, as well as a number of other spa and recreational facilities on board their comfortable and modern ferries.
Langnas port facilities
Langnas Ferry Port was built with a cost of about 5 million Euros. Langnas Ferry port services routes to Stockholm and Turku during the night time and is equipped with suitable facilities. Taxis must be booked in advance with Viking Line.
Getting to Langnas
From Mariehamn, head north towards Neptunigatan and turn left at Västra Utfarten, at the roundabout take the first exit onto Sjukhusvägen and take the second exit onto road 3 and follow the signs to the ferry terminal.
Tallink Silja Line terminal Langnas, 22630 Lumparland, Finland
Viking Line terminal Langnas, Långnäsvägen 656, 22630 Lumparland, Aland Islands. Finland