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Outstanding Log Cottage Situated In The Nature

    Take a look inside the Kollola 2 cabin located in Nunnanlahti, Juuka. Just 80 km north of Joensuu, Lake Pielinen is shallow with a sandy bottom, its shore, and a boat. The log cottage built in 1997 has a kitchen-living room, sleeping alcove (with curtain) with convertible sofa, sleeping gallery with double bed and convertible sofa, terrace, and balcony. There is a separate sauna (wood-heated stove), a shower in the sauna (not a separate washroom), and a dressing/fireplace room. The water in the shower gets warm when the sauna is heated. The cabin has 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 hob and oven, a refrigerator and freezer, a microwave oven, TV, CD player, a barbecue hut, a rowing boat, and outboard motor for rent.

    You’ll be sure to love this outstanding log cottage situated in nature. The children-friendly beach faces east. There is a pedal boat and canoe at the guests’ disposal. There are good possibilities for fishing, trolling, lure, and net fishing licenses that are included in the price. An outboard motor and water scooter can be hired separately. It is possible to arrange fishing and picnic trips with the owner. There is also the possibility to hire a smoke sauna. Owner rents motor for boat.

    Juuka is filled with plenty of adventure. From white water rafting to hiking and biking trailers through the beauty of the Karelian mires and beautiful virgin forests, Juuka leaves visitors and locals with a feeling of contentment like no other. During your vacation stay you might take a walk through old Juuka, taking in the century-old cultural heritage in the form of beautiful old buildings, moments, stories, and more, or skip stones through the bubbling waters of the Juuka river, standing atop the Bridge of dreams. Delve into handcrafts, observing the North Karelian pride of Juuka artists speaking through Ceramics, Rock sculptures, paintings, gardening, and more.

    Joensuu is a vivid and tranquil capital of North Karelia with around a third of the student population. It is one of the most happening towns in Finland. The annual Ilosaarirock Festival is the most significant event which attracts a large number of national and international performers from the pop and rock world. Also known as the Mouth of the River, Joensuu was founded in 1848 by Czar Nikolai I of Russia. Since then, it has grown as the regional capital of North Karelia and the second-largest city. Improvements in water traffic are one of the main reasons for its growth when the Saimaa Canal was built in 1870. It has grown lively regional trade and linked it to St. Petersburg, Russia, via the Volga to both Caspian and Black Seas. The city attracts flocks of young Finns who come here to join the Ilosaarirock Festival in July, which is an open event. Folk lovers should also enjoy another music festival like Kilhaus organized only 30 km away. Well, here are some of the best things to do in Joensuu.

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