Marttinen is one of the youth centres funded and overseen by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture. Our diverse youth centre is situated in beautiful scenery in Virrat, Central Finland. Marttinen is 100 km from both Tampere and Seinäjoki, 115 km from Jyväskylä and just 270 km from Helsinki.
Marttinen is a pleasant and safe environment for camps, courses, training and other events the year round.
The historic milieu at Youth Centre Marttinen is home to both modern facilities for hosting larger
camps, seminars, conferences and training events as well as esteemed and picturesque venues for weddings and other important days.
We also provide hotel and log cabin accommodation for up to nearly 200 guests, and our catering kitchen offers professional menus for both conferences and parties.
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"A memorable moment was when we organized a children’s field trip to a farm. We were just leaving and children were already in the bus, as we noticed they had lured a goat inside the vehicle. There we were, with a French guy trying to get the goat out from the bus; the French guy was pushing and I was pulling and steering the goat out." - EVS volunteer
Marttinen is one of the nine national youth centres in Finland. We are located in Virrat, amongst beautiful Finnish lakes and forests. Besides youth centre activities, we offer a wide range of conference and celebration services, as well as comfortable accomodation.
Marttinen is a place where you can enjoy being in a good company, delicious food and unforgettable experiences in Finnish nature. At the same time, you give your support to the future of Finnish youth.
We’ll be happy to help you organise your conference or other events. The links below will take you to a request a quote form. Fill it in and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible.
You can also contact us by calling us on +358 (0)3 485 1900 or emailing email@example.com.
Marttinen is one of the nine centres supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.