Getting to and parking in Naantali

Getting to and parking in Naantali – find instructions on this page! Naantali is easy to arrive in all year round. Here you can find information on parking, public transport and other ways to travel to the sunny town in the archipelago.

At the very end of the page, you will find information about parking in Naantali.

All roads lead to… a vacation in Naantali!

Public transport

Naantali is located only 16 km from Turku, with regular bus connections to Naantali. Turku, on its part, is easily reached by public transport, by bus, train or plane.

Long-distance buses arrive and depart at the Turku bus station. The local buses to Naantali depart by the Turku bus station.

There’s no direct bus connection from the train station to Naantali, and you must first head from the station to Turku city centre or to the bus station.

Are you headed for the archipelago? Read more about boat and ferry traffic in the archipelago!


  • Turku Region Public Transport and journey planner Routes 6 and 7 from Turku to Naantali and routes N2 from Naantali to Merimasku and N4 from Naantali to Rymättylä.
  • Railway Station, tel. +358 600 41 900 (€1.99 / answered call + local network charge),
  • Routes to Velkua and Livosaari are also operated by Vainion Liikenne, timetables can be found at
  • Archipelago ferry timetables
  • Ferry timetables
  • Taxi, tel. +358 200 100 41,
  • Turku airport, tel. +358 20 708 4717,

By bus from Turku to Naantali

Buses 6 and 7 are a convenient way to travel between Turku and Naantali. The Turku Region Public Transport Föli website provides a journey planner and bus timetables from Turku to Naantali. Depending on the traffic, the trip takes approximately 35-50 minutes. In Naantali, the buses arrive and depart at the end of Aurinkotie road. The stop is near town centre and a short walk from Old Town and Moominworld.

From Helsinki or Tampere to Naantali

From Helsinki or Tampere, you can take a train or bus to Turku, from where you can take a Föli bus to Naantali. There are several buses and trains per day.

Naantali makes it easy to stay longer. Check out our comfortable accommodation options in the idyllic or luxurious Old Town hotels and book your accommodation though us 24/7. You’re sure to love it!

By sea to Naantali

Naantali can be reached by sea with your own boat, with the unique steamer Ukkopekka, or quickly from Sweden and Åland on Finnlines.

Cruise or boat to Naantali

From Kapellskär in Sweden or Långnäs in Åland to the Port of Naantali on Finnlines ferries.

Turku passenger harbour is accessible from Sweden on Viking Line and Tallink Silja. Local bus 1 will take you from the harbour to the centre of Turku, from where lines 6 and 7 will continue to Naantali.

The steamship s/s Ukkopekka runs between Turku and Naantali in the summer.

The coordinates of the Naantali marina are 60°28.2N 22°00.5E. In order to reach the Naantali marina, you must clear the bridge of Ukkopekka (11 m), Särkänsalmi (16.5 m west of Luonnonmaa) or Merimasku Kirkonsalmi (16 m). If the height of the bridges is too low for your boat, the Kultaranta Resort marina is the second option. The Kultaranta Resort marina is located on the island of Luonnonmaa, next to the Särkänsalmi bridge.

Finnlines ships from Naantali directly to Sweden and Åland!

The new Superstar ships Finnsirius and Finncanopus will take over the route in the autumn of 2023-2024. During the voyage, you will relax in the atmosphere of a luxurious spa, shop at tax-free prices and enjoy the flavours of the ship’s many restaurants. Finnlines’ ships offer year-round access from Naantali to Sweden and Åland. The journey time to Kapellskär is less than 9 hours and to Långnäs, near Mariehamn, just 5 hours.

Turku airport to Naantali

Local bus 1 will take you from the airport to the centre of Turku, from where buses 6 and 7 will continue to Naantali. You can check the timetables for bus 1 on the Föli website.

Parking in Naantali

The summer is busy in Naantali, and especially in the Old Town, which means thousands of pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and drivers looking for parking spaces on the streets. The Old Town has a limited number of paid and time-limited parking spaces, in addition to which parking is monitored more closely. Parking in the Kuparivuori parking area is free of charge.

Moominworld has its own parking area, with bus transport to the gate of the Moominworld and back.

Accessible parking in Naantali

Accessible parking spaces in Naantali can be found in the application maintained by the Automobile and Touring Club of Finland.