The Marttinen youth centre has organised camps in cooperation with a range of organisations for 25 years. In planning the camps, organisers can draw on the youth centre staff’s experience and skills. The organisers and camp leaders can concentrate on their jobs, secure in the knowledge that the routines of the camp are looked after reliably and with experience by Marttinen. The idyllic, culturally historic and modern environment of Marttinen suits confirmation camps, confirmation leader training, other youth camps, sport club camps and family camps.
Information and reservations:
by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
by phone +358 3 485 1900
The Marttinen youth centre has been a popular camp centre for summer confirmation camps for 25 years. However, what if there was a confirmation camp in winter — what would it be possible to do then? The learning facilities and accommodation at the Marttinen youth centre are premises and hotel rooms that can be used year-round. That means you can add a range of themes to your camp programme, for example through the wide range of activities Marttinen offers. Marttinen also has a special winter confirmation camp offer which can save you money.
You can find here examples of activities
For congregations’ use:
Marttinen’s own chapel, communion vessels, hymn and choir books, songbooks, guitar, grand piano, electric piano, nature walk, lean-to or hut.
Full board and one programme for each confirmation camp day for the first person to book each week
(1.1. - 31.3. and 1.10.-31.12.) 47,00 € / person VAT 0%
The price includes one programme for each confirmation camp day, accommodation in 2–6 bed dorms with the camper’s own linen, breakfast, lunch and dinner, one self-organised sauna slot per group, a supervised disco on Wednesdays, and equipment and rooms for self-organised activities (when reserved) until 9 pm. For an extra price, evening snacks, bed linen and additional sauna slots are available.
VAT is not added to the prices.
Marttinen is one of the nine centres supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.
Read more on the websites of Finnish Youth Centres Association