Seskar-Furö, Haparanda (North)
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Beach. Outhouse toilet, information board, grill site.
Seskar-Furö is part of Haparanda Skärgård National Park. The island has fascinating forest milieus dominated by pine. The natural forest has remained largely untouched by humans. At the western beach of the northern headland are large sand dunes. Both sides of the headland have excellent
Seskar-Furö beaches for bathing; however, they are shallow and difficult to approach. East of the fishing huts there are some ancient ruins, including a labyrinth. From here, a path leads to the bay on the south side of the island. Seskar-Furö is popular among boaters.