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Other churches in Naantali

Other Naantali Churches

Other Naantali churches are historical and beautiful sights. Naantali vicinity is dotted with islands and many of the island villages have characteristic churches. The beautiful church buildings are full of history. Hop on your car or bicycle and take a tour to archipelago. Remember also to visit the main church of Naantali parish, the convent church of Naantali.

Naantali churches in Velkua, Merimasku and Rymättylä

Naantali churches in Velkua, Merimasku and Rymättylä are culture historically significant sights. Read more about the churches on this page.

If you are interested in ordering a guided tour in the churches, please contact Visit Naantali tel. +358 (0)2 435 9800 or The churches of Naantali are popular destinations in group tours.

Velkuan Palvan saaren valkoinen puukirkko,jossa punainen katto.

The Church of St. Henry in Velkua

The Church of St. Henry in Velkua was built on the island of Palva in 1793. The church is a popular attraction with Naantali Music Festival concerts held in the church alongside worship services and other ecclesiastical events.

How to visit?

The Church of St. Henry in Velkua is open by arrangement.

Naantali parish (Velkua)
tel. +358 (0)40 130 8300, +358 (0)40 130 8301

Guided tours via Visit Naantali +358 (0)2 435 9800 or

Merimaskun punainen puukirkko, valkoinen risti reinässä, hautakiviä edusatlla. Vihreä puisto ja sininen taivas taustalla.

Merimasku church

Built in 1648, the first wooden church in Merimasku fell into disrepair after the Great Northern War and Greater Wrath. The wooden cross-shaped church which stands today was built in 1726 and is the sixth-oldest wooden church in use in Finland today.

How to visit?

Merimasku church is open by arrangement.

Merimasku parish
tel. +358 (0)2 436 9654

Guided tours via Visit Naantali, tel. +358 (0)2 435 9800,

Rymättylän harmaakivinen kirkko, vihreä nurmikko ja puita, joissa ei ole vielä lehtiä.

Rymättylä church

The oldest part of the church in Rymättylä, the sacristy, was built at the start of the 14th century as part of the original wooden church which stood in the same place.

The stone church was built at the end of the 14th century or the beginning of the 15th century. The church is dedicated to Saint James (Pyhä Jaakob). Its unique paintings and wooden sculptures reveal the history of the church. The church is part of the Road Church network, meaning it serves travelling holidaymakers during the summertime.

How to visit?

Rymättylä church is open by an arrangement.

Rymättylä parish
Tel. +358 (0)2 252 1216

Guided tours via Visit Naantali, tel. +358 (0)2 435 9800,