January 31, 2011 - 5.0
This road is a part of the medieval road running through South Finland from west to east. The road line is mostly original and due to this, very 'curly'. The region is one of the earliest and longest populated in Finland. Begin your afternoon in the cafe of the Inkoo boat harbour and then start. The first 4 km distance of the route is gravel covered, but the rest is well paved. Stop at the historical village Fagervik to have a look in the historical iron factory (stopped in year 1902). Near the village Snappertuna you meet the ruins of the medieval castle Raseborg. The road itself is very interesting and challenging to drive. The medieval road profile is made for horses and this makes the route very surprising to drive when governing one-two hundred modern horse powers. But do it, this old 'King's Road' is worth to experience.