Liminka, internationally well-known for its birdlife and nature, is an attractive and active growing municipality with plenty of activities, sights and experiences for people of all ages. Liminka is in North Ostrobothnia, by the sea, only about 20-minute drive from Oulu. Liminka has everything you need for a good life: great services, large plots of land, a safe place to grow and gorgeous nature that relaxes you. And the bustle of a big city is still only a short trip away! In Liminka, people live and enjoy life to the full! Today, Liminka is the beloved home of about 10,000 residents as well as a travel destination with a wide range of active nature adventures available, and it is especially popular among families with children.
Liminka’s history dates back to more than 540 years, and visitors can learn more about the past eras through many attractions showcasing the area’s colourful culture and history. Liminka Bay and its surroundings are a great destination for the whole family, which also invites the less-experienced birdwatchers to learn more about the fascinating world of birds. The Liminka Bay Visitor Centre is open all year round. The Visitor Centre is also a great starting place for a longer adventure: jump on a bike and explore the mountain biking routes of Liminka. The routes lead to the Rantakylä Recreational Area, which is also a favourite spot of many locals with a swimming beach and a disc golf course.
Old Liminka offers you a sense of the history of a former great regional centre. The unique museums, Abraham Ojanperä Home Museum and Vilho Lampi Museum, offer you a glimpse into the lives of these notable Liminka people. The Liminka Local History Museum displays artifacts related to agriculture in the old farming region, especially items related to meadow farming. Abraham's Culture Park is in the immediate vicinity of the museums. It is gradually becoming the municipal centre of recreation, culture and events.
Welcome to Liminka, maybe even to stay!
Paavolantie 83 C, 91900 Liminka
08 384 903
Kesäkaudella, 1.5. - 31.8., joka päivä klo 10.00.-20.00.