Rönnskär area is located next to the open sea, so the nature is typical for the outer Kvarken islands. Fäliskäret is the main island, and the island had an active pilot station from 18th century until the 1980s. The well-visible landmark on the island (when approaching from the sea) is a red wooden beacon, which was built in 1784.
We stayed in Fäliskäret (Rönnskär) for one night in end of June, before heading over the Gulf of Bothnia to High Coast in Sweden.
Not too crowded here
The old pilot station
The red wooden beacon is the Finland's oldest preserved wooden beacon
Rönnskär is located next to the open Gulf of Bothnia