Åland is an autonomous island-province in the Baltic Sea, consisting of a main island and a surrounding archipelago. While legally a part of Finland, in practice the islands run their own affairs and are rather different from the mainland.
Popular destinations: Mariehamn
Mariehamn is the capital, and, with 11,000 citizens, the only town of the Åland islands.
Kökar is an island in Åland. Ålandstrafiken ferries from Långnäs on the main island or from Galtby on the Finnish mainland.
Eckerö is a scattered village and an island, regarded as part of mainland Åland.
Brändö is a municipality in Åland and the main island of the municipality.
Popular Destinations in Nordic countries