This geocache is located at the cliffs of "Näseberget", a small forest preserve overseeing the Bromarv bay*.
The road to the preserv is privately owned, so cars must be left at the parking area by the old stone barn housing the local summer restaurant. From there the distance to the cache is approximately 1000 m. There is a path leading up the hill at the beginning of the forest preserve.
Keeping to the left, take the path to the top of the hill. Then follow the ridge until reaching the edge of the cliffs, from where you can see the bay and the harbour. There is a pair of Scots pines at the edge, overlooking the bay - one of which is dead. The cache is located by the one tree still alive. The cache is a cylindrical, plastic container, approximately 15 cm high and 10 cm diameter.
This area is a private forest preserve (owners welcome Geocachers!). Hiking in the area is permitted according with Finnish law. Making fire or otherwise disturbing the environment is prohibited, and visitors are expected to respect the private buildings, beaches and crop fields in the area*.
The cliffs of "Näseberget", a forest preserve, marks the gate to the bay and harbour of the village Bromarv, "Church bay".
The cliffs are home to deer, roe deer and Finnish elk, and lately a colony of White-tailed eagles has been seen in the area. The spot offers a beautiful view over the bay, and also further across this secluded part of the Finnish archipelago.