Colorful buildings along the Seldovia Slough © Ian McGaughey Native dancers performing in Seldovia © Ian McGaughey St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church in Seldovia Alaska © Wayde Carroll Photography A boardwalk street through town makes it easier to get around © Wayde Carroll Photography Learn and engage at the Seldovia Village Tribe Museum © Wayde Carroll Photography Girls chasing seagulls on the beach © Ian McGaughey

Located on the Kenai Peninsula on the south shore of Kachemak Bay, Seldovia provides gorgeous views of majestic mountains, long stretches of sandy shores, with plentiful and towering spruce forests reaching from the tree line to the water's edge. Located only 17 nautical miles from Homer, a two-day trip to Seldovia promises an out-of-the-ordinary experience with incredible scenery and abundant wildlife. Visit for more information on available activities and accommodations.

The Kachemak Bay route between Homer and Seldovia has been designated an Alaska Scenic Byway and is one of the richest marine bodies in the world so keep an eye out for wildlife along the way. Nestled between two bays and the mountains, postcard views await you at every turn. This remote location has allowed the community to maintain many of its age-old Russian traditions. With no crowds, Seldovia offers many quiet places to enjoy the peacefulness of remote Alaska.

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Seldovia Port & Terminal Information (SDV)

Dock Street
Seldovia, AK 99663
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Centrally located in town
Public Dock Contact: (907) 234-7868
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