Category Archives: Faroe Islands

9 Fantastic Things to Do in Suduroy, Faroe Islands (+ Tips!)

Things to do in Suduroy

Are you planning a trip to the Faroe Islands soon? This guide discusses all the wonderful things to do in Suduroy and why you should add it to your Faroe Islands itinerary! Suduroy is the southernmost island in the Faroe Islands and one that always caught my eye.  It’s large.  Much larger than many of […]

Sandoy, Faroe Islands: The Perfect Day Trip from Tórshavn

Skopun on Sandoy in the Faroe Islands

Planning a trip to Sandoy, Faroe Islands? This guide tells you how to get to Sandoy, why you should visit, and all the wonderful things to do in Sandoy! One thing I’ll never understand is why some people travel to a place to have the exact same experience as someone before them.  You can explain […]

Faroe Islands Photography Guide: The Best Spots on Each Island

Gjogv on Eysturoy at dusk - Visit Faroe Islands: A Guide to the Best Views and Photography Spots

There are eighteen islands in the Faroe Islands and they all contain jaw-dropping scenery.  Before you visit the Faroe Islands, you should definitely do your research so you can see as many of the gorgeous spots as possible.  This is a travel guide to the best views and places for Faroe Islands photography. Faroe Islands […]

Gjogv, Faroe Islands: Traveling to the Edge of the World

Gjógv on Eysturoy in the Faroe Islands

Before venturing to the Faroe Islands, I knew I wouldn’t be able to leave without doing the famed drive from Eiði to Gjógv that passes over the tallest mountain in the Faroes, Slættaratindur.   I wasn’t likely going to have time to do an all-day hike around the area, mostly because there was still a bit of winter […]

Kirkjubøur, Faroe Islands: Experience History on Streymoy

Kirkjubour Faroe Islands travel guide

One place that you simply can’t leave off of your Faroe Islands itinerary is the historic village of Kirkjubøur on the island of Streymoy. This gorgeous spot in the Faroes holds the key to the islands’ history and it is as beautiful as it is fascinating. Traveling to Kirkjubøur – A Practical Guide My initial […]

Black Sand Euphoria in Tjornuvik, Faroe Islands

Tjørnuvik in the Faroe Islands on Streymoy

People that visit the Faroes tend to have a favorite island.  Perhaps that island is Kalsoy because of the Kallur Lighthouse and dramatic precipices that abound the place.  Or maybe their favorite is Mykines, where quizzical puffins roam around soaking up the salty, albeit unspoiled Faroese air. While all visitors claim a Faroese island as […]