Kökar (pronunciation) is an island municipality to the south-east of the Åland archipelago, Finland.Using our custom trip planner, Kumlinge attractions like Kokar can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
It is also one of the municipalities of Åland. It is reachable by boat from Långnäs on Åland or from Galtby with access to mainland Finland.
The municipality has a population of 225 (31 December 2020) and covers an area of 2,165.02 square kilometres (835.92 sq mi) of which 2,101.46 km2 (811.38 sq mi) is water. The population density is 3.54 inhabitants per square kilometre (9.2/sq mi).
The municipality is unilingually Swedish.
The natural reserve of Östra Långskär is located there. Other notable islands include Kyrkogårdsö.
Ulla-Lena Lundberg, a Finnish author, was born in Kökar in 1947.
Tours to Kokar
The beautiful and idyllic island in the Archipelago Sea. Kävelle and biking can explore the island. Boat trip is accessible Kökar position beautiful landscape. Take the ferry is also accessible from..... more »
After spending one week in the main island of Aland, we spent one night in Kokar to go back to the mainland in Finland. If the trip by boat is very nice with beautiful scenaries, Kokar is an island... more »
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