HURPPU HORIZON PROJECT
Unique investment opportunities now open for investors
RESORT PROJECT WITH LOVE AND STYLE
A UNIQUE PARADISE IN THE MIDDLE OF UNTOUCHED NATURE
The Hurppu Horizon Centre Project is an exciting new tourist operating opportunity in Finland – a historical place, located on the coast of South-Eastern Finland. It is a part of the Municipality of Virolahti, Kymenlaakso region, 14 kilometres from the E18 motorway, which connects the cities of Helsinki and St. Petersburg.
NEW HORIZON FOR REWARDING INVESTMENT
A PROJECT UNIQUE IN ITS PROFILE IN FINLAND
The object of the project is the integer long-term business-oriented development of nature, cultural and health tourism. The place is located on the seafront in the centre of Hurppu breath taking landscape.
The 89-hectare area detailed zoning plan for Hurppu includes a 60-room spa hotel, luxury villas, forest hotel, glamping, and restaurant and conference facilities. With its 600 metres of shoreline, the concept also includes a marina.
A unique combination of nature, culture and history opens new horizons for sustainable tourism. The project is designed with respect for the environment.
THE MAGIC OF NATURE
PEACE OF MIND WITH NATURE, CULTURE AND HISTORY
The outstanding natural beauty, including some rare species of flora and fauna, makes Hurppu an exceptional spot for travellers seeking peace of mind, with scenic splendour and outdoor activities. The archipelago of Hurppu is also a part of Gulf of Finland National Park.
The Russian Emperor Tsar Nikolai II, together with his family, used to spend their summer holidays in Hurppu from 1906 to 1914. The Emperor also had an amusement park built in Hurppu.
With a history dating back to the Russian Emperor Tsar Nikolai II, this is a place where stories of the past meet present day leisure time.
THE COAST OF FAIR WINDS
THE STONE PLATFORM FOR BIRDLIFE
A seafront location and a pier for yachts allows for easy access by boat from the Helsinki metropolitan area, the Baltic Countries, Europe and Russia. It also makes Hurppu an ideal base for exploring the attractions of the Virolahti and Kotka-Hamina regions and the Gulf of Finland National Park.
With thousands of migrating birds every year, Hurppu is a true paradise for birdwatchers and nature lovers. In summer, the numerous butterflies complete the effect. A granite stone platform extending to the sea offers a natural stage for not only observing the marine life, but also enjoying a selection of cultural events.
THE PULSE OF HOLIDAY LIFE
EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
The wide selection of services extends from an ecological hotel with luxury Spa & Wellness to a residential area with remarkable villas constructed in harmony with the surrounding environment.
A palette of modern holiday activities invite visitors of all ages to stay a while longer. Action seekers can go fishing, hire a boat, play golf or tennis, or hike along one of the many nature trails. The outstanding shopping facilities with luxury outlets and shopping centres are situated just around the corner in Vaalimaa.
Virolahti is a fast-growing municipality on the southeast coast of Finland taking advantages from the natural beauty of the Finland southern coast. Virolahti is known to be the oldest province of Kymenlaakso. Arrived from different places Virolahti residents formed their own people’s image, which is characterized by openness, readiness to work together and activity.
Virolahti is the easternmost municipality in Finland at the Gulf of Finland. The municipality was founded in 1336. The border between Finland and Russia often determined the life of the municipality and actively contributed to the historical development.
Coastal roads of Virolahti is some tens of kilometres long, but the shoreline is much longer. The vicinity of the sea has been used in the 1800’s for the development of trade relations. Bright economic activity laid the foundation for a lively atmosphere, which influence is of significance even today.
Virolahti acts as one of the busiest border crossing points between Finland and Russia. It is one of the most transited places in Europe. The area is rapidly developing, as the Zsar Outlet Village with luxury brand stores was open in Virolahti late 2018, making it the first Outlet centre in Finland.
Superior strategic location and logistic routes
Hurppu Horizon location nearby the Russian border and St. Petersburg – the Russian second largest city, makes it a perfect choice for international investors that prefer to operate in stable and business friendly environment under EU legislation, but takes the benefits of the multibillion Russian market vicinity.
In the near future Hurppu Horizon will be the most attractive nature tourism centre of South Finland where history and culture contribute to the nature value. The interaction of different elements is constantly creating new opportunities for new activities. The Hurppu Horizon is international and open for all Centre in the region of Gulf of Finland and the Baltic Sea.
“Hurppu has a great potential to be something unique. The large plot itself offers opportunity for many services. The surrounding nature with age-old woods forms a perfect spot for a wellness and retreat centre. The unique location gives the property great potential to be a state-of-the-art business facility like no other in Finland. Hurppu merits a new era in its fascinating history. It opens a creative challenge. With the right partners and investors, the hidden potential of this beautiful estate will be realized.”
CEO of Hurppu Horizon Centre Oy, Project Director
Intriguing point, nature objects for sightseeing, the preferable place for birdwatchers, the seaside location, vicinity to the Russian border, inspiring historical stories, wide range of services, tourism on the stable development basis – the elements of Hurppu Horizon added together create a unique profile unavailable in other places.
“The municipality of Virolahti creates the preconditions for diversified development of business activities through the history of the region, natural resources, sea and border traffic. The municipality works in partnership and actively strives to build open partnerships that benefit all parties. Municipality is also confirmed the intention to develop Hurppu and is ready to lay the utility networks needed for the business of the Hurppu Horizon Centre at its own expense.”
Head of Municipality of Virolahti
On other pages of our website, you will find concept, investor presentation and other information about the Hurppu Horizon Centre Project.