Nature trail from the Pallo neighbourhood to the Skinnarila area
The total length of the Lappeenranta coastal track is 14.8 km and the track can be accessed from many different points, and the track also occasionally deviates to make small detours. The main route from Myllysaari beach to Skinnarila Tervahaudanpuisto is about 10 km. The route is partly lit and there are also plenty of benches for resting along the way. The coastal path is paved with stone ash and is accessible to walkers.
The Lappeenranta coastal path is surrounded by lush nature, which offers plenty to explore. There are also signposts along the route for the more keen nature lovers to learn more about the area's nature
The Lappeenranta coastal route from Myllysaari beach via Satamator to Pallo is easy to follow and mainly asphalted. The seven-kilometre stretch from the roundabout at Pallo to Skinnarila is paved with stone ash, except for a long wooden bridge that crosses a rocky outcrop and a spring area, a sign of the ancient beach that developed during the Ice Age. The bridge will make the entire Rantarait unobstructed. The track is suitable for people of all ages and abilities and can be used in a variety of ways; walking, running, cycling or using a wheelchair. There is a natural water source where you can get fresh spring water to drink. For those looking for a more vigorous workout, there is exercise equipment along the Rantarait, including a cork factory beach and a fitness trail.