Kimito Centrum - Keskusta


Residents of the city center of Kemiö combine the good aspects of urban and archipelago life in one package. There is plenty to do and play in the center for every day of the week and good, functional transport connections ensure that you can easily reach Turku, Salo or the outer archipelago in an instant.

Citylife in archipelago

The city center of Kemiö offers easy living for many different needs. From the center you can easily reach Turku in about 45 minutes and Salo in just over half an hour. At the same time, the sights of Kemiönsaari, Nature Spots, and, for example, the cultural events of Taalintehdas are less than half an hour's drive away. 

Residents of the center of Kemiö get the best of both archipelago and city life in the same package. In Kemiö’s center, there are both Finnish and Swedish speaking Primary and Secondary schools as well as a Swedish speaking high school and vocational school Axxell. You will also find a health center, known for its first-class service. In addition to good basic services, the daily life of the residents is enriched by other local services, such as a local grocery stores, bank, pharmacy, specialty stores and a market place. There is also a cinema and library services under the same roof of Villa Lande.

Lots in the Center of Kimito

Terraced apartments, as well as apartment buildings, are available for those who long for easyness of living. Also home builders have affordable lots available from Norrbackans area near the services and in the vicinity of Niittykumpu and Turuntie schools. There are also alternatives for renters.

Lots to do every day

Residents of the center of Kemiö can work out in Amospuisto park which offers a setting for many different sports. The 11-hectare park includes fields for ball sports and athletics, but also a roller-skating rink, a skate park and a sports play park for smaller riders. In winter, you can ski on the 4-kilometer-long ski trail of Vreta in Amospuisto, while Norrskogen’s nature trails and shed invite for a picnic in the forest!

The Villa Lande Culture House organizes various cultural events for the residents of Kemiönsaari, from concerts to film screenings. At the same time, Villa Lande is a meeting place for many associations and companies and there is also a library. Instead, you can visit the buildings where you get to know the history of Kemiönsaari at the Sagalund Museum and Children's Cultural Center and admire the magnificent garden, whose plant collection preserves Kemiönsaari's cultural heritage! Sagalund also organizes cultural, artistic, and heritage education, which is carried out in the municipality or region as a part of the education. St. Andrew's Church, with a long history, is also located next to the center.

Neighborhood features

Natural environment
by the fields
parks nearby
next to a forest

Built environment
city center
residential area
peaceful countryside
close to the city center
apartment buildings
business cluster

Building types
detached houses
terraced houses
low-rise apartment buildings
newly built

Neighborhood characteristics

Area is

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Price level in the neighborhood info

Housing sales prices

Below average
Average price in Turku: 2090 €/m2
The price level is indicative.

Neighborhood residents info

Primary life situation

working 41 % students 6 % retired 36 % under 14 years old 17 % others 9 %
% of residents

Housing types

home ownership 78 % renting 20 % other types of housing 2 %
% of housing

Average age of the residents

46 years
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65 km to the Center of Turku
45 km to the Center of Salo