Holiday benefits

Your trade union JHL provides you with affordable holiday locations in Central Finland and Lapland. In addition, the affordable holiday village Livohka in Posio is available for members. The scenery in Posio is fantastic! The union also provides its members with Holiday Club timeshares all around Finland.

JHL provides holiday locations in both Central Finland and Lapland to its members and local branches. The holiday locations belonging to the union’s partners, located in Loppi and Lapland, can also be booked by JHL members. In addition, JHL members can book several Holiday Club timeshares all around Finland.

Become a JHL member to get the holiday benefits!

At the bottom of the page, there is a map with the locations of all destinations available for booking.

Holiday village Livohka in Posio

JHL’s holiday village Livohka in Posio provides experiences in Northern Finland: Complete peace of nature and wonderful opportunities for hiking, skiing and fishing. The Ruka and Kirintovaara ski resorts are located nearby. The holiday village is located by the picturesque Livojärvi lake.

Learn about Livohka (in Finnish)
Book your holiday

Holiday village Koskenpää

A pleasant campsite and three spacious Koskenhovi villas equipped with saunas are located in Jämsä, in the village of Koskenpää. From the holiday village there is only a 30-minute journey to the slopes of Himos! The villas can be booked by all JHL members.

You can book Koskenhovi villas  directly through JHL’s booking system Lomavaraamo! Download the Lomavaraamo user instructions.

Learn more about the villas and the campsite (in Finnish).

Holiday Club timeshares

Go on a spa holiday at a discounted price! JHL has Holiday Club timeshares in Sotkamo, Jämsä, Tampere, Naantali, Lappeenranta and Inari.

Learn about the timeshares and read the booking instructions (in Finnish).

Cruise and hotel benefits for JHL members

JHL members are entitled to more affordable hotel holidays and cruises! You can find discount-priced accommodation alternatives all around Finland!

Go check out all the hotel and cruise benefits!

Laakasalo holiday home in Loppi

Enjoy your holiday by the bright Kaartjärvi lake! In the holiday home equipped with a sauna there are beds for four people. In addition, there’s a sofa group upstairs. The holiday home is available for JHL members and their families. It’s owned by “Julkisen alan opinto- ja lomatoimintasäätiö”, a public sector foundation.

Learn more about the Laakasalo holiday home and book your holiday (in Finnish).

Suojala cabin in Hartola

At the Suojala cabin you can spend your holiday enjoying a wonderful lake scenery, in the middle of peaceful nature. The cabin fits eight (8) people and it can be booked by JHL’s members and local branches throughout the year.

Learn about the Suojala cabin (in Finnish)

Book the Suojala cabin through JHL’s booking system Lomavaraamo.

Download the Lomavaraamo user instructions.

Holiday home in Levi

The holiday home of JHL’s local branch 114 is located close to Levi city centre. The holiday home can be booked by all JHL members!

Learn more about the holiday home and read the booking instructions (in Finnish).

Vierumäki villas

Huvila ja huvilan takapiha aurinkoisessa kesäsäässä.

There are two villas in Vierumäki, in Päijät-Häme, that can be booked by JHL members.
The semi-detached house halves are located close to great exercise possibilities near nature.

Learn more about the villas and booking them (in Finnish)!

Holiday locations on the map

Financially assisted holidays for JHL members

The holiday organisations “Hyvinvointilomat ry” and “Palkansaajien hyvinvointi ja terveys PHT ry” provide financially assisted holidays.

Hyvinvointilomat

Hyvinvointilomat ry organises financially assisted full-board holidays. In order to apply to be selected for a holiday, visit the Hyvinvointilomat website (in Finnish). Anyone can apply to be selected for these holidays.

A person can be selected for a financially assisted holiday on financial, social and health grounds. Hyvinvointilomat gives scores for the applications based on the information it has received. Hyvinvointilomat ry selects the participants and notifies of the selections in writing. Applying and being selected don’t require trade union membership.

The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health supports the well-being holidays with profits from the gaming company Veikkaus.

You can either look for a holiday by starting date or holiday destination. Look for holidays through this link (page in Finnish): https://lotu.lomajarjestot.fi/calendar/HYVINVOINT/

Palkansaajien hyvinvointi ja terveys PHT

Palkansaajien hyvinvointi ja terveys PHT organises well-being courses for adults and families with children.

The family courses are meant for families with preschool-aged or school-aged children. The purpose is to help families exercise more and adopt healthy habits in their daily life. The aim is to find the joy of exercise by trying out different kinds of sport and spending time together.

On the adult courses, participants seek methods for coming to terms with themselves. They are also supported in making a lifestyle renovation. The courses enable you to learn about new forms of exercise, get information on nutrition, and take part in guided exercise in a nature-near environment.
Courses for adults usually last one week. The courses have been divided into three short periods of contact studies.

The study periods are arranged around Finland. PHT promotes health and well-being with support from Veikkaus.

Learn more about the well-being courses (page in Finnish). To apply, go to PHT’s website (in Finnish) and use the electronic form.

PHT is in charge of selecting the participants and organising the study periods. Applying and being selected don’t require trade union membership. Those who have been selected will be notified by PHT in writing.

SAL-lomat

SAL-lomat gives you financial support when you participate in PHT’s well-being courses. For adult courses, the deductible is EUR 25 per day. If you participate in all the periods of contact studies during the course “Pysyvään muutokseen”, you can get a compensation of EUR 50. SAL-lomat supports the members of SAK’s member unions.

For family courses, SAL-lomat provides a compensation of EUR 25 for each participant over 6 years of age.