Metsäkartano or Metsis is a stunning resort located in Rautavaara, Finland.
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Youth work is a key focus for us and we rock in that field. By organising various camps and international youth projects we support young people´s social inclusion and well-being. Wilderness starts right at our doorstep. Get immersed in it in our safe outdoor programs. Learning by doing is our principle.
Cosy and quality accommodation, tasty local delicacies, friendly service and an assortment of outdoor and indoor activities guarantee unforgettable experiences to you. Environmentally friendly service is a matter of course, so, Metsäkartano boasts of its EU-ecolabel. Metsäkartano gives you the opportunity to experience magnificent natural surroundings while enjoying all modern facilities you need for a perfect holiday.
“Thank you for organizing this course. This one is one of the most useful seminars I have ever visited! The place, the people were amazing! ”
— Youth worker, participated in training course at Metsäkartano
New Year family retreat 28.12.2017 – 01.01.2018 Family circle * New Year ceremony * Kids-friendly * Optional family healing * Jewellery workshop * Winter fun * Joyfulness * Relaxation Read more › Booking and contact: You can sign-up by sending your names, address, phonenumber and e-mail address, as well as possible information about your special […]Read more
Metsäkartano is a stunning resort situated in Finland’s Lakeland region, the perfect setting for a fabulous holiday. You will enjoy many exciting outdoor experiences among vast forests, tranquil lakes and rivers which weave in and out of the lush countryside. Children will love the chance to discover many surprises of the great outdoors as they embark on fun activities.
Metsäkartano is part of a national network of 10 youth centres specialized in youth work. Their function is to develop the methods used in the field of youth work, to act as centres for furthering the skills of the youth, and enable young people’s traveling domestically and abroad. Centres are supervised and subsidized by the Finnish Ministry of Education.