We know what brought you here! We’re sure after seeing the breathtaking pictures of the island; you aren’t able to control your travel lust and are planning a vacay to the stunning Faroe Islands!
The Faroe Islands is not a popular travel destination but it’s the mesmerizing secret that every traveler should unfold! The pastel-colored houses, spectacular tiny villages, pristine coastlines, and grasslands, everything makes the place a perfect travel destination. Only who visited the place know, it’s the place that pulls you to visit it over and over again!
The Faroe Island is an archipelago of 18 islands thus the perfect coastal getaway is waiting for you!
If you’re planning to travel to the Faroe Islands, here are the top places you must explore!
Vagar is the most stunning possession of the archipelago. The island is home to majestic waterfalls, black sand beaches, and incredible natural view.
It is the third-largest island in the archipelago and is situated on the western part. The stunning villages on the island offer an unbelievable natural view that you’ll question its existence; the view literally looks as if being photoshopped! And, a perfect example of that is the view through the grass-roofed village of Gasadalur.
With the thick layer of fog over the grasslands, the place looks paradisiacal. The best time to travel to the place is from June to August.
Streymoy is the largest and the most densely populated island of the Faroe Islands. Like most islands in the archipelago, this island is also stunning and breathtakingly beautiful!
Torshavn the capital of the island and is an incredible mix of both old and new. It is a bustling small city and there’s nothing much except a cathedral, parliament, harbor, fort, and a plethora of good restaurants, cafes, museums, and pastel-colored houses. If you love exploring the rich gastronomy of the islands and what people eat here, the capital city is the best place to do so.
After relishing the modern buildings and colorful facades you must visit the charming village of Nolsoy. Nolsoy is the only village on the island and will take you just 20 minutes to reach here via a ferry ride.
Sandoy is an excellent place to explore and is home to a plethora of stunning villages. You can take a ferry from to reach the destination and once you’re here you won’t wish to leave the place, it’s that stunning!
It’s ideal for a short one day trip and is far off the crowd.
Kalsoy is another popular island in the archipelago. It is also known as a finger-shaped island and is situated in the northern part.
The place is known for violent winds and impressive backdrop. It is home to the iconic Kallur Lighthouse situated on the tip of the peninsula. You can hike the Kallur Lighthouse and is one of the easier hikes thus amateur hikers can also take up the hike easily.
The cozy villages, dramatic view, green peaks, it’s the most picturesque place on the earth and it’s very hard to believe that such a stunning place even exists.
To reach the town you have to take a ferry ride from Klaksvik and once you reach here, make sure you rent a car as the car will make getting around the island very easy.
The best time to visit the island is from May to August.
So, these are the top places you must visit during your itinerary. We hope the feed helps you in planning a perfect itinerary to the most picturesque place on the Earth.