Nolla cabins

Nolla cabins provide a unique holiday experience combined with an ecological and responsible way to stay in sensitive areas, where, in the past, camping has often been the only option.

All Nolla cabins include a solar power station that, depending on the weather, produces enough energy to charge about two phones a day. In addition, Nolla cabins are equipped with a hob and heater.

There are also cooking utensils and crockery. In addition, all the cabins have a bed with quilts and pillows for two adults. You will need to bring your own lunch, any equipment you may need on your trip as well as bed linen or a sleeping bag.

Most cabins are, for the moment, located at Isosaari island in Helsinki. Select location and make a booking on the Nolla cabins webpages.


Hattusaari in the Eastern Helsinki archipelago offers an excellent view towards the open sea. The 2,6h island is a nature reserve, mostly open and treeless, and a popular bird nesting area.

Short term camping in a tent is possible, however there is not public transport and any public services other than a toilet on the island.


Since the 16th century Isosaari island, a pearl in the outer archipelago of Helsinki, has been a landmark for sailors and as a base for fishermen, later a military base and a research centre.

Restaurant Pihlajasaari

Restaurant Pihlajasaari is located on Pihlajasaari island, a popular recreational area, only 10 minutes by boat from Kaivopuisto shore. The fully-licenced café-restaurant of the island has served customers since 1929 in an old wooden villa, Villa Hällebo, from 1883.
There is an excellent view of the open sea from the front terrace situated on natural rock, whereas from the smaller terrace there is a nice view of Helsinki.

The connection ferry to Pihlajasaari leaves from Merisatamanranta behind Cafe Carusel and from Ruoholahti. On the island there is a guest harbour for those who come with their own boat.

Pihlajasaari Island

Pihlajasaari is a former villa island that is now a versatile outdoor recreation area. It still has a few old villas set amongst rocks, wooded areas, groves and beaches. Varying terrain, good location and services have made Pihlajasaari the most popular summer island in Helsinki. Sun worshipers are attracted by Pihlajasaari's sandy beaches, there is also a naturist beach. Also a nature path, cooking shelters, a boat harbour for day guests, two meeting villas, two saunas to rent, kiosk, café, restaurant Pihlajasaari and the possibility to camp with a tent.

The JT Line ferrys run in summertime to the island from both Merisatamanranta and from Ruoholahti.