SERVICES

Services at Mänttä’s Airfield

  • Airport apron for airplanes
  • Hangars 
  • Terminal building 
  • Fuel station 

Myllyranta boat harbor

  • Adjustable landing stages, shore area, spaces for big boats 
  • Guest marina, also for waterplanes
  • Water, electricity, shower, restrooms, sauna 
  • Covered barbecue area, fire place 
  • Waste disposal area, sewage and faeces disposal
  • Winter storage
  • Fuel station

Services in the city center

Various services in the city center (2 km)
Grocery stores, various shops, restaurants and cafes, Alko, accommodation facilities 

Taxi Mänttä

Phone: +358 (0)100 4711 

Teboil gas station (automat)

Teboil automated gas station (mogas) is only
600 m away.

Address: Valtatie 60, 35800 Mänttä.

Lunchrestaurant Lounaskahvila EK54

Lounaskahvila EK54 (600 m)
Open mon–thu 5.30-20, fri 5.30-23, sat 8-23, sun 8-20.

Address: Valtatie 54, Mänttä
Phone: +358 (0)50 364 3984


Restaurant and Cafe Herkkuhetki Myllyranta

Cafe Herkkuhetki (Myllyranta 1,2 km)
This restaurant and café with 150 seats is located in an old ??? hall right at the shore of lake Keurusselkä. Large assortment of homemade pastry goods and cakes, alcoholic beverages, summer terrace. Different events and artists every Saturday evening during summer time. 

Phone: +359 (0)50 301 8686
www.cafeherkkuhetki.fi 


Hotel-Restaurant Mäntän Klubi

Open during summer time mon-sat 8-21. Lunch and á la Carte. 

Address: Tehtaankatu 33
Phone: +358 (0)3 474 5900 
www.klubin.fi 


Wine Tavern Vuorenmaja

On top of the hill Mäntänvuori, in the middle of a beautiful nature, the historic Vuorenmaja serves now as a European wine tavern and café. Open 28.4.– 24.6. and 13.8.–2.9. Thu–Sat 2–10 pm and Sun noon–8 pm. During summer season 25.6.– 12.8. Mon–Sat 12–10 pm and Sun 12–8 pm. The opening times may vary according to the season. We serve by arrangement all year round. Table reservation is recommended. 


Vuorentie 70, Mänttä
+358 (0)3 4747 457 
www.vuorenmaja.fi

Art, culture and nature – sights to visit

The cities most distinct landmarks are the hills Mäntänvuori and Elämänmäki, the Vilppulankoski-rapid with its rich fishing grounds and the surrounding lakes Keurusselkä, Kuorevesi and Tarjanne.

Due to its many international cultural sites and events, the city it is nowadays known as Finland’s Art Town. The most famous sites are the Serlachius Museums, Mänttä Art Festival, Mänttä Music Festival and the Food & Art Festival.

www.taidekaupunki.fi