This place can be described as follows: some village, somewhere on an island towards Vyborg in the Gulf of Finland. Not a single active route passes by the city, no guides with popular excursions go here, the population of the town is just over 1000 people, but it is there that Trongzund Fortress is located, the construction of which was begun under Peter the Great. Now it is a ruin in which it is difficult to know a part of once grandiose sea fortifications of the Vyborg Bay.
This is a former Lutheran church, designed by Josef Stenbeck. The direction of architecture is Finnish, northern romanticism. The building of the church is shaped like a cross. Its length is 37 meters, width 28 meters, height of the spire 60 meters. The outer walls are made of local granite rocks with a reddish-brown tint, the inner walls are made of brick.
A nice and cozy restaurant will be happy to meet you and feed you. If the weather allows, be sure to sit outside, there are beautiful views.
Find here a functioning lighthouse, which is still a reference point for ships and steamers, and appreciate the beautiful views of the coastal areas.
It's time to stretch out and move before a well-deserved dinner. The rope park will be an interesting and fun test of your physical abilities. Opening hours: 10:00 - 20:00 daily You can make an appointment in advance by contacting the official [site](https://www.raivola.spb.ru/contacts/).
Dinner at the restaurant will be "cherry on cake" of this three-day trip. Be sure to sit on the veranda and catch the rays of today's sun!