Destination information

A boat taxi will operate between Aurlahti and Ollisaari 17.6. – 25.8.2024 Fri – Sat – Sun from 9 am to 5 pm. A round trip ticket costs 6 €.

The unique vegetation in the northern part of Ollisaari is highly sensitive to erosion. For now, please avoid the northern part of the island (marked on the map). In the future there will be a waymarked trail which will allow sustainable access to this area.

The western shore of the island is rocky and steep. Therefore it is easiest to land on the jetty or beach on the eastern side.

There are two campfires sites at Ollisaari, one next to the jetty and one at the southern end of the island. The main building, sauna and southernmost dry toilet are currently out of use.

There is no drinking water on the island. The hand operated pump near the main building produces non-potable water.

The currently ongoing development project will turn Ollisaari into a high quality, easily accessible year-round destination suitable for a variety of user groups.


There are currently no accessible facilities at Ollisaari. Paths are narrow, informal and sometimes steep, and they cross through forest and rocky terrain. There are steps leading up from the jetty.

Additional information

Ollisaari has long been an important outdoor destination for the people of Lohja. The Liessaari outdoor recreation area and nature trail are only a stone’s throw away and well worth exploring.