Holiday guides

The Finnish Green Holiday Guide features 50 organic farms and other ecological attractions but it is currently only available in Finnish. For information on accommodation in English, see "Farms and Services".

The accommodation services offered cover everything from camping to full board and lodging. In many cases you can savour organic and local food and other country delicacies and take part in courses or try your hand at farm work.

By visiting the farms and other enterprises featured in the Green Holiday Guide you can support more sustainable tourism and organic farming.

* The guide was published in 2003 by Kustantajat Sarmala Oy / Rakennusalan kustantajat RAK 
* Copies of this Guide can be ordered from ECEAT Finland at the price of 3 euro + postage.
* ISBN 951-664-113-X
* Further info: ECEAT Finland,

See the Green Holiday Guide to find out about:

  • Availability of accommodation and catering services
  • Courses and guided tours
  • Organic produce available at the farm
  • Facilities for children and the disabled
  • Details of bicycle or canoe rentals
  • Connections and accessibility for non-drivers
  • Possibilities of working on the farm

The Guide will also tell you about:

  • Nature trails, national parks, cultural events
  • Cycling, hiking, canoeing and riding trails
  • Farms selling organic produce, ecological companies and associations
  • The Ecological and Agricultural Tourism project
  • The international ECEAT network (European Centre for Ecological and Agricultural Tourism)
  • The history and current state of organic farming in Finland

Most of this information you can also find in these Web pages.


In 2004 we published a new magazine "Matkalla luomuun" (Going Organic). You can find all the updated farm descriptions in English on these Web pages.

On-line magazine "Matkalle luomuun" (Going Organic) The first on-line magazine for ECEAT Finland was published in 2006 in pdf-format. The 42 pages are full of interesting articles on eco-agro tourism in Finland and Europe. The magazine can be found here. (In Finnish only, but with a plenty of photos)