View the interior of the Kollola 2 cabin at Nunnanlahti, Juuka. Lake Pielinen, which lies 80 kilometers to the north of Joensuu, has a boat, a shore, and a shallow, sandy bottom. The 1997-built log cabin features a living room with a kitchenette, a sleeping alcove with a convertible sofa, a sleeping gallery with a double bed and a convertible sofa, a terrace, and a balcony. A separate sauna with a wood-burning stove, a shower within the sauna (there is no separate bathroom), and a dressing/fireplace room are all present. When the sauna is heated, the water in the shower warms up. The cabin is equipped with electric lighting, electric heating, a heat-storing fireplace, a water pipe, a shower in the sauna, a wood-heated lakeside sauna, a separate indoor toilet, an electric stove and oven, a refrigerator and freezer, a microwave, TV, a CD player, a barbecue hut, and an outboard motor for rent.
This magnificent wood cabin located in the wilderness will surely win your heart. The family-friendly beach is on the east coast. The guests have access to a pedal boat and a canoe. Licenses for fishing, trolling, lure, and net fishing may be purchased for a reasonable fee. You can rent an outboard motor and a water scooter separately. Fishing and picnic excursions can be planned with the owner. Additionally, it is possible to rent a smoke sauna. Boat’s owner hires out a motor.
Juuka offers a ton of exciting experiences. White water rafting, hiking, and biking through the stunning Karelian mires and unspoiled virgin woods are just a few of the activities available at Juuka that leave both tourists and residents feeling pleased like never before. While on vacation, you might stroll around historic Juuka and take in the city’s rich cultural legacy, which can be seen there in the form of stunning ancient structures, scenes, and tales, or you might skip stones over the bubbling Juuka River while perched on the Bridge of Dreams. Explore handicrafts and see how North Karelian pride is expressed by Juuka artists in their ceramics, rock sculptures, paintings, gardening, and other endeavors.
Joensuu, the vibrant and serene capital of North Karelia, is home to around a third of the state’s students. One of the liveliest cities in Finland is this one. The most important occasion that draws numerous national and international rock and pop performers is the yearly Ilosaarirock Festival. Joensuu, often referred to as the Mouth of the River, was established in 1848 by Russian Czar Nikolai I. Since then, it has expanded into North Karelia’s second-largest city and the region’s regional capital. When the Saimaa Canal was constructed in 1870, increased water traffic was one of the primary factors in its expansion. It now has a thriving local economy and is connected to St. Petersburg, Russia, by way of the Volga and the Caspian and Black Seas. Young Finns from all over the country rush to the city to participate in the Ilosaarirock Festival, an open event, which takes place in July. Folk music fans should also take in Kilhaus, a nearby festival that is about 30 miles away. Here are some of the top activities in Joensuu.
Available for rent at Lomarengas.