Salla - in the middle of nowhere

No ordinary midnight

New snow and the natives of the wilderness

In Salla the winter is still going on! Ski tracks and slopes are bathing in sun and you can feel the energy floting in to you. The silence of the wilderness and the relaxed atmosphere of after ski, Ski Rock, fierce slalom and tranquil cross country skiing. All of these and lots of more belong to the Salla wilderness in winter time. Besides the snow Salla has many new things to offer this season from kicksledges to hilarious events! Check the news in here.

An independent jazz festival will bring the small Saija Village Hall full of music lovers around Easter. The venue which has gained fame along the years is famous for its top artists and unique feeling. Come and experience unforgettable music in the midst of genuine Lapp village atmosphere. SAIJAZZ the smallest festival of the world

See more information of the events on the calendar of events.

You can also enjoy and relax in our cozy cabins after a day outdoors; sitting next to fireplace, hot drink in your hand. Spa with it's warm pools and sauna is also an exellent place for relaxing.

An old house was transferred to the courtyard of Salla Museum of War and Reconstruction. The house is one of the few houses which remained in the war. The " traditional tavern" which the house is called, brings out travelling in Salla area past and today. Salla Tourist Info is now working in this building.

Accommodation, activities and other services now available in Salla Online Shop!

Welcome to enjoy Salla!

Tourist info Salla

Postipolku 3
98900 Salla
tel. +358 (0) 400 269 838

news and offers

08.11.2013 New snow and other news
21.02.2012 The mobile version of Salla websites is published
11.11.2011 New Salla-collection is here!
19.10.2011 Guide signs to the finding place of the world’s oldest ski
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