The peeps there are Swedish speaking but actually Finnish by nationality. I love that, they already sound like my kinda mixed up people.
Needless to say I'm now desperate to visit. One traveller writing for the Telegraph described their experience on the island as an Enid Blyton holiday, right up my strasse.
You can rent dear little cottages that have their own saunas and smoke houses, or stay somewhere really swanky like Havs Vidden.
These super sleek holiday houses are perched on the cliffs at the northern tip of the main island. There are over 6000 islands that make up the Aland (pronounced Awe-land) archipelago.
I so want to visit an archipelago.
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