On our last day in Finland, back in january 2015, we visited Santa’s Cottage in Espoo and it was exactly what the child inside us needed to see! But, some of you may be asking yourselves, how did you manage to visit Santa Claus in Espoo? Why was he in the south of Finland? Don’t worry, we are going to explain everything!

Everyone knows that Santa Claus work out from his home base in Korvatunturi, in the Finnish Lapland. But, after his work is done, he goes on holiday! After delivering gifts all around the world, he finds some time to relax and enjoy his free time.




On our last day in Finland, back in january 2015, we visited Santa's Cottage in Espoo and it was exactly what the child inside us needed to see! But, some of you may be asking yourselves, how did you manage to visit Santa Claus in Espoo? Why was he in the south of Finland? Don’t worry, we are going to explain everythin On our last day in Finland, back in january 2015, we visited Santa's Cottage in Espoo and it was exactly what the child inside us needed to see! But, some of you may be asking yourselves, how did you manage to visit Santa Claus in Espoo? Why was he in the south of Finland? Don’t worry, we are going to explain everythin On our last day in Finland, back in january 2015, we visited Santa's Cottage in Espoo and it was exactly what the child inside us needed to see! But, some of you may be asking yourselves, how did you manage to visit Santa Claus in Espoo? Why was he in the south of Finland? Don’t worry, we are going to explain everythin

But he doesn’t go that far away from the Arctic Circle. Santa Claus spends his holidays close to the Korpilampi Spa in Espoo, a beautiful lakeside scenery of southern Finland. This is where we visited him in the middle of january.

When we arrived there, we were welcomed by Santa Claus and his amazing huge white beard. He showed us his hideaway cottage in Espoo and, by the fireplace, he shared some stories about all the summers he has spend in Korpilampi. And there are at least 150 summers of fond memories in the cottage!

Since Santa Claus in Finnish, he has a sauna ready for everybody that visits him. We didn’t manage to have time to visit it but we heard a lot of stories about this magical sauna heated with elf’s compassion. Since the sauna is one of the most sacred places in Finland, Santa Claus and his elves need one. Of course they do! Also, we heard that is traditional to go to the sauna before spending time with the family on Christmas.

If you are not around Espoo during the winter months, you can try to spot Santa Claus in the summer rowing on the small Korpilampi lake. According to him, rowing in the lake is one of his favorite summer activities but we were not there on time to enjoy it with him! Maybe next time!

On our last day in Finland, back in january 2015, we visited Santa's Cottage in Espoo and it was exactly what the child inside us needed to see! But, some of you may be asking yourselves, how did you manage to visit Santa Claus in Espoo? Why was he in the south of Finland? Don’t worry, we are going to explain everythin On our last day in Finland, back in january 2015, we visited Santa's Cottage in Espoo and it was exactly what the child inside us needed to see! But, some of you may be asking yourselves, how did you manage to visit Santa Claus in Espoo? Why was he in the south of Finland? Don’t worry, we are going to explain everythin On our last day in Finland, back in january 2015, we visited Santa's Cottage in Espoo and it was exactly what the child inside us needed to see! But, some of you may be asking yourselves, how did you manage to visit Santa Claus in Espoo? Why was he in the south of Finland? Don’t worry, we are going to explain everythin

You can visit Santa’s Cottage in Espoo between 12:00 and 16:00 in January 5 and 6, 2016. Tickets cost EUR 30 for one adult and one child and EUR 60 for two adults and two children. You can learn more about it here.

Getting from Helsinki to Santa’s Cottage in Espoo is not complicated. Take a look at the map below and you will see how close it is from Helsinki.

Santa’s Cottage Korpilampi

Korpilammentie 5,
FI-02970 Espoo Finland


Santa’s Cottage at Korpilampi is one of Espoo’s main tourist attractions and people come there from all around the world. We were there during our days at NBE Finland and it was great for the child inside all of us.

Santa’s Cottage is run jointly by the Santa Claus Foundation, Espoo Travel Services, Hotel Korpilampi and Honkalintu Oy.



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