Kätkävaara is a nature lover’s paradise located from within a short drive from Tervola city center, a heart of clean and untouched nature,being just a short drive from either town. The nearby Pisavaara Strict Nature Reserve and numerous Kätkävaara nature sights ensure breathtaking experiences. Kätkävaara is also the best place to view the wondrous Northern Lights..
Tervola's big church (also Tervolan kirkko) is one of the three Churches of Tervola church. The church was built between 1861 and 1864. Designed by architect Ludvig Isak Lindqvist.its the bigest and most beautiful church in Tervola that located just by the city
The Midnight Sun is a natural phenomenon that takes place on and above the Arctic Circle in the summer months On the Arctic Circle, when the sun remains visible at the local midnight, The sun officially stays above the horizon for a full 24 hours on summer solstice, 21st or 22nd June. However, the Midnight Sun period in Tervola lasts for a month, from 6th June to 7th July; this is due to the Earth’s slightly tilted axis and refraction of sunlight, in practice the midnight sun can be seen as much as 55 miles (90 km) outside the polar circle, as described below, and the exact latitudes of the farthest reaches of midnight sun depend on topography and vary slightly year-to-year..
Ice-fishing is common winter fishing tradition. On Finnish ice-fishing waters – in wide open mid-lake areas or rivers or where ideally experience such peace of nature and peace of mind ice fishing tradition carries out by the locals,Ice-fishing falls within the scope of public rights of access, which means that you don't need any licences to go ice-fishing. At some point in their life, almost every Finn has sat by an ice hole, ice-fishing for perch, the national fish of Finland. Many have got such a bite on the end, its tourist turn to experience this traditional experience now.