When you visit the Faroe Islands, there are numerous experiences to be had. We highly recommend the following 5 attractions:

Gásadalur and “Múlafossur”: In the picturesque settlement of Gásadalur, you can marvel at the breathtaking view of the “Múlafossur” waterfall – a must-see for all visitors.

Vestmanna Sea Cliffs: Embark on a boat tour to explore the deep caves, narrow inlets, and towering 700-meter vertical rock wall, home to thousands of seabirds including puffins, guillemots, and razorbills that breed there every summer.

The Seal Woman in Mikladalur: Visit the village of Mikladalur, famous for the legend of the Seal Woman. Here, you can witness a three-meter-high statue of the Seal Woman, who braves the wind and weather for one last glimpse of her children, left behind in the settlement, before returning to the sea where she belongs. A poignant legend and a sight worth seeing.

The scenic natural harbor in Gjógv: The village of Gjógv is renowned for its charm, stunning natural beauty, and, most notably, the unique natural harbor – a gorge flanked by imposing rocks. The interplay of colors in the rocks is mesmerizing, and the acoustics in the gorge are equally impressive. Throughout the summer, the gorge serves as a backdrop for various concerts.

Historic Kirkjubøur: Kirkjubøur is one of the Faroe Islands’ most significant historical sites, boasting a medieval church still in use, one of the world’s oldest inhabited log houses, and the ruins of the 13th century St. Magnus Cathedral. A must-visit destination for history enthusiasts.