Levi

A Popular Resort

Levi has a wide selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, all within easy walking distance. There's a small but bustling village centre and plenty to experience including snowshoeing, snowmobile and husky safaris.
An Aurora Safari is an unforgettable way to see the beautiful Northern Lights - a truly breathtaking spectacle that you will remember forever.

Travel Information

Time Difference: GMT +3 hours

Currency: Euro


Climate Information

Situated inside the Arctic Circle, Levi experiences long cold winters (end of September until mid May), and warm short summers (mid June to Mid August). Temperatures during the winter months generally stay below zero degrees Celsius and have been known to drop to -50 degrees. By contrast, summer temperatures vary between 10 degrees Celsius and 25 degrees.


Snow Safaris

A fantastic and unique way to discover the Lapland wilderness is by snowmobile safaris. The surrounding unspoilt scenery is spectacular and you will be well looked after by the local guides. If you would like to try something a bit more pastoral, what about discovering the area by reindeer sleigh?

Tiikun Tii Pii

Situated one mile from the centre of Levi, this is a very interesting, and unusual, place to eat. The fur lined Lapp hut serves delicious traditional local culinary fare such as nettle soup (seljanka) and reindeer steak.

Skiing

Levi is one of the most popular destinations for skiing in Finland. One of its’ big advantages is it’s long skiing season which lasts from October through until May. It also has Finland’s only gondola lifts. Although popular, Levi is a quiet resort and is particularly ideal for beginners, but more advanced skiers are also well catered for with more challenging runs.



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Hotel Hullu Poro (Crazy Reindeer)