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Travel by ferry to Åland! Travelling to Åland couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Åland holiday rested and without stress.

Åland is located halfway between Stockholm and Helsinki. It is therefore possible to travel from Sweden (Stockholm, Grisslehamn, Kapellskär), from mainland Finland (Helsinki, Turku, Naantali) and from Estonia (Tallinn). There are also regular ferry services between the islands.

Search & Book Ferries to Åland

Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Åland. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Ålandferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries to Åland

Here you find all current ferry connections to Åland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Grisslehamn – Eckero ferry Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 3 times a day
1 hours 45 minutes
Eckerö Line
Ferry Helsinki – Mariehamn Ferry from Finland to Aland, Finland 7 times a week
11 hours 15 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Kapellskär – Langnäs ferry Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 14 times a week
3 hours 35 minutes
Finnlines
Kapellskär – Mariehamn ferry Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 3 times a day
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Viking Line
Tallinn – Mariehamn ferry Ferry from Estonia to Aland, Finland 7 times a week
150 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Stockholm – Langnas Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 7 times a week
6 hours 15 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Ferry Stockholm – Mariehamn Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 3 times a day
5 hours 25 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Turku – Langnäs Ferry from Finland to Aland, Finland 7 times a week
4 hours 10 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Turku – Mariehamn Ferry from Finland to Aland, Finland 7 times a week
5 hours 15 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Naantali – Langnäs Ferry from Finland to Aland, Finland 14 times a week
4 hours 55 minutes
Finnlines

All ferries from Åland

Here you find all current ferry connections from Åland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Eckero – Grisslehamn Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 3 times a day
1 hours 45 minutes
Eckerö Line
Langnäs – Kapellskär ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 14 times a week
3 hours 20 minutes
Finnlines
Mariehamn – Helsinki ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Finland 7 times a week
15 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Mariehamn – Kapellskär ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 3 times a day
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Viking Line
Mariehamn – Tallinn ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Estonia 10 times a week
9 hours 15 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Ferry Langnäs – Stockholm Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 7 times a week
6 hours 20 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Mariehamn – Stockholm ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 3 times a day
5 hours 30 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Mariehamn – Turku Ferry from Aland, Finland to Finland 7 times a week
5 hours 30 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Ferry Langnäs – Naantali Ferry from Aland, Finland to Finland 14 times a week
4 hours 50 minutes
Finnlines
Ferry Langnäs – Turku Ferry from Aland, Finland to Finland 7 times a week
4 hours 15 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line

Ferry ports in Åland

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Åland here.

Ports
Langnäs
Mariehamn
Eckero


Travel guide Åland

Holiday in Åland

In the middle of the Baltic Sea lies Åland. A total of 20,000 islands and archipelagos are waiting to be discovered by nature lovers. They are connected to each other by bridges and Fähre. Here on Åland, life is shaped by the archipelago. Whether on foot, by bike or by kayak: each sport allows physical activity in front of unique – often completely deserted – natural scenery. By the way: Swedish is spoken on Åland!


TOP excursion destinations in Åland

The capital of Åland is the pretty harbour town of Mariehamn. Beautiful to look at are the small wooden houses, villas, restaurants and cafés. A leisurely walk leads to the two harbours with large cruise ships and maritime museum, where the four-master “Pommern” is waiting to be visited.

The island Kobba Klintar is a very popular photo motif. Because the little pilot house on the island is uniquely beautiful. With the Fähre it goes from Mariehamn on the island, in the summer “sounds” at 13.00 o’clock the deafening noise of the fog horn. The former pilot house from 1862 now houses a café. A perfect place to gaze into the distance over a cup of coffee….

Bomarsund is the largest fortress in Åland. Hard to believe it was built after a war between Russia and Sweden. The year 1809 brought peace, but forced Sweden to give up Åland. At times, more than 2,000 members of the Russian military lived here. Finland’s independence in 1917 ended the Russian presence on the islands. Today only ruins bear witness to this part of history.

For centuries, one of the most important shipping routes from east to west passed through Åland. Reason enough to build a castle here. With Kastelholm Castle, the Swedish kings once created a residence worthy of their status with a curtain wall, residential building and tower. From May to September you can visit the castle, the Vita Björn prison museum and the Jan Karlsgården open-air museum.


Entry requirements

Entry to (Åland) Finland is possible with an identity card, passport and children’s passport. All travel documents must be valid for the duration of the entire stay. A visa is not required for your trip.


Alternative travel options

The Fähreto Åland can be easily reached by car, bus and train. By airplane it goes from Germany fast and comfortably over Stockholm or Turku to Mariehamn. The airport is just a five-minute drive from the city centre.


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