Lapland is one of the most magical places on the planet. Whether you're looking to explore pretty snow-clad pine forests or prefer to indulge in adrenaline-charged activities we can offer something to please.
We have selected only the finest resorts within Lapland to take you to.
Spread beneath the snowy slopes of Levi Fell Mountain, Levi Fell is a wonderful winter resort packed with fun for the whole family. Lying 170 kilometres above the Arctic Circle, this friendly town is blanketed in snow from November to April and offers countless attractions from brilliant downhill skiing to exciting excursions into the glittering Arctic wilderness.
You'll find lots of wintery activities from reindeer and husky dog safaris to snowmobile safaris, all amid the enchanting snow - laden countryside. And, after an exhilarating day out, plenty of relaxing entertainment awaits in the resort., including enticing resturants, bars and shops and a superb sports and spa centre.
Got some energy spare? If you're keen to do some skiing, you're in the perfect place. Levi boasts 45 snow-covered ski slopes, including plenty of beginner and intermediate slopes and four black runs for expert skiers, all easily accessible via 26 ski lifts and two gondola lifts. What's more, 15 runs are floodlit for evening entertainment and there's a web of illuminated cross-country trails if you fancy something slower in pace.
Surrounded by stunning snow-clad landscapes and magical pine forests, Yllasjarvi is perfect for experiencing the full wonder of Lapland. A traditional Lappish village nestline under the seven fells of the unspoilt Yllas region near the Swedish border, this peaceful haven is heaven for sports and nature enthusiasts and anyone keen to relax in an untouched winter wonderland.
Take off into the frozen landscapes on a breahtless snowmobile, husky dog or reindeer safari, take a trip up magnificent Yllas Fell or enjoy a thrilling toboggan ride. You'll find a few ski cafes and resturants sprinkled around the area, but apart from that, Yllasjarvi is all about soaking up the surrounding natural paradise. If you are lucky, you may even get to see the spectacular northern lights!
There's plenty more by the way of optional activities. If you're into skiing or snowboarding, you'll be delighted - Yllas sports Finland's longest ski slopes with 61 snow-laden runs for all abilities, plus 27 lifts, ski schools and 330 kilometres of fantastic cross-country trails, some of which are illuminated.