On the beach
the kilometre long Nallikari beach
attracts thousands of sun-worshippers in summer.The water is shallow deepening slowly, therefore very suitable especially for families with children.
Lifeguards on the beach
In summer 2013, lifeguards patrol Nallikari beach every day from 10 am to 6 pm
from 17 June to 11 August.Two qualified lifesavers are in charge of general
supervision, safety and order on the beach
as well as daily water temperature measurements.
Two beach tennis courts lie on the beach.
Rackets and balls are available for hire
in the Holiday Village-Camping reception.
For further information, please, click here.
The four beach volleyball courts on the beach
are free for everyone.
NEW in summer 2011: a beach football field will
be built on the beach!
If you are interested in beach football and would l
ike to learn more about the sport and related events,
please, click here.
If the little ones get bored on the beach,
a top-end play area is set in the vicinity where
every kid finds plenty to do.
The beach hosts several changing booths
and two toilet buildings.
In the beach, there are a couple of buildings dating back to
earlier eras.The buildings are closely connected to the
summertime use and recreational activities on the beach.
The oldest buildings in the area
were built in the 70´s.The buildings stand out as excellent representatives of their time in terms of architectural design.
The best-known building in Nallikari is the Nallikari Majakka completed in 1988. Built in the end of a breakwater, the landmark was built in post-modern style.It was designed by NVØ Architectural Office.
Before the Lighthouse was built, the most important
building on the beach was the 70´s
pavilion restaurant.The glass-walled pavilion is
typical to its era of constructive minimalism
with very clear-lined details.
The building designed by Architectural Office Risto
Harju KY accommodated changing and
washing facilities for beach-goers.
The restaurant was extended in 1983. The listed
restaurant building has been empty