Aland Islands

Aland Islands has a rule called Everyman’s right. It means that you can camp anywhere, as long as you don’t stay more than a few nights in the one place, don’t light an open campfire, and aren’t too close to a house on someone’s private property.

There are 28,500 people in Aland, and there are 20,00 islands – which means that there is one island for roughly every 1.5 people!

Aland is in Europe, with a population of 28.5 thousand people. Its capital is Mariehamn, and their currency is Euro. The official language in Aland Islands is Swedish. 

They celebrate many holidays including: 

It has no world heritage site but has one national park which is the Archipelago National Park.

Want to learn more? Check out Aland Islands’ tourism website!

Also check out the Aland Islands Art Museum and the Cultural History Museum of Aland

Fun activities to do

To download the flag and map:

  1. Click on the image
  2. Right-click and select Save Image As…

Also try making a postcard and it’s stamp! Try filling in your suitcase for the trip!