Västanåfallet Nature Reserve
Västanå waterfall is 90m high and is the second to highest waterfall in Sweden. It is during the high tide in spring when it's the most beautiful.
The surroundings are characterized by the agricultural environment from the18th and the 19th centuries when the hydroelectric power was used to make iron products. In the nature reserve there is also a visitor centre that includes a crafts shop and exhibitions about Västanå agriculture, flora and fauna, the history about the Finnish colonisation during the 16th and 17th centuries, slideshow and forge.