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Tuesday - Tour to Vestmanna, Kvívík, Gásadal, and Sandavág

On this tour we'll visit Vestmanna and go sailing to see the bird cliffs. When we arrive back at the harbor we stop for food and then contine on to Kvívík. Kvívík is nestled in a valley on Streymoy island. This village has historic route dating back to the Vikings.You will find Viking excavations next to the seaside. Vikings lived in the village as the first settlers in Kvívík. With its historic importance and wonderful location, this quiet settlement is a popular pit stop on a road trip in the archipelago. Gásadalur is a remote village on Vágar island. Until recently it could only be accessed by hiking on foot over the mountains. Now the village is easily accessible through a driving tunnel. A favourite among visitors to the Faroe Islands.Home to the picturesque waterfall Múlafossur, Gásadalur has a cafe and guesthouse, serving locally sourced lunch, cakes and coffee. Gásadalur translates directly to “the Goose Valley”.

8 hrs.
DKK 1395
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Wednesday - Tour to Strendur, Snældan, Kollafjørður and Kirkjubøur

Strendur is the largest town on the westside of the Skálafjørður fjord on Eysturoy island. Strendur is connected to Runavík and Tórshavn through the longest underwater tunnel in the Faroe Islands: Eysturoyartunnilin.  Eysturoyartunnilin is known for its underwater roundabout, which is the first of its kind in the world. The entrance to the tunnel is by the seaside in Strendur. In Sterndur we will visit Snældan – SNÆLDAN (snaldan.fo) a Faroese yarn company, here it will be possible to buy Faroese knitwear and yarn made at the local factory.We drive north through Skálafjørð and up to the tunnel that goes over to Sundalagið, you have the opportunity to walk over the bridge from Eysturoy to Streymoy, further we drive to Kollafjørð. Kollafjørður is the longest village in the Faroe Islands. The village stretches 7 kilometres along the coastline on Streymoy island.And then we drive to Tórshavn, we walk through the old part of Tórshavn, and than to Kirkjubø the southernmost village on Streymoy where we can see the ruins of the Magnus Cathedral from around 1300, the Saint Olav’s Church from 12th century and the old farmhouse Kirkjubøargarður from 11th century.

8 hrs.
DKK 1095
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Thursday - Tour to Æðuvík, Navia, Gøta, and Fuglafjørður

This experience start with a drive through the sub-sea tunnel between Tórshavn and Runavík, this is the sub-sea tunnel with a roundabout, so hopefully we take the right turn out of it.Our first stop is in the beautiful village Æðuvík, where you can walk so close to the sea that you can almost touch it. In Æðuvík the locals see the sun rise from the ocean all year round. Located close to the village are the first windmills in the Faroe Islands, and we will drive to them and on a good day you can see almost all the islands in the Faroe Islands. In Toftir the local yarn brand Navia, https://www.navia.fo/en/, has a big shop with both yarn and locally produced sweaters.Gøta is three smaller villages that have almost grown into one, but the locals insist on using all three names. Syðrugøta is widely known for it’s G! festival that is held annually in July. The special thing with this festival is that it is held on the beach. Gøtugjógv has one of the most magnificent churches in the Faroe Islands with glass windows made by Tróndur Patursson. In Norðagøta the old part of town is well preserved, and there is also a statue of one of the most important persons in the Faroe Islands saga, Tróndur í Gøtu.Todays last visit is in Fuglafjørður, which is one of the largest fishing towns in the Faroe Islands (you may notice it on the smell of money). But it also has a cosy café, and an exciting, not widely known souvenir shop called Fjord.Pick up: from 09:00 starts at Hotel Føroyar and than the other hotels.

7 hrs. 30 min.
DKK 1095
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Friday - Tour to Hvalvík, Streymnes and Eiði

On the way up north it will be possible to see the whaling station Við Áir, it was built in 1905 and run by the Norwegian company Chr. Salvesen & Co until 1930. It is the last of its kind in the Northern HemisphereYou will take a small beautiful walk from Streymnes to Hvalvík where you will see the oldest wooden church of the Faroe IslandsEiði is a village on north Eysturoy Island. In this picturesque village you will find the famous football stadium nestled next to the Atlantic Ocean.From near Eiði, you will also have a great look towards the two sea stacks Risin & Kellingin.

7 hrs.
DKK 1095
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Saturday - Tour to the northern part of Streymoy and Eysturoy

Saksun is a remote little village on Streymoy island. The village is famous for its unique location placed above a jaw-dropping lagoon. Mountains here are incredible and so are the many waterfalls.Gjógv is a village located on the northeast tip of the island of Eysturoy. We see the amazing gorge (nature harbor) and take a walk around the old village.Oyndarfjørður is one of the oldest Faroese settlements. Written sources from the 14th century tell that the settlement was also a larger settlement further back in time. At the beach below the village are the two Rinkusteinarnir (rock stones), which are set in motion by the waves. To see if they move, a rope is tied from the rocks to the mainland so that you can follow the movements. Legend has it that there was an old sorceress in Oyndarfjordur who cursed two pirate ships so that they turned to stone and would forever stand by the beach, rocking restlessly back and forthElduvík is a traditional village in the unspoiled Faroe Islands located on Eysturoy Island. The houses stand as if they had been dropped from the sky and found their place by chance.Elduvík offers you a variety of charming yards, paths, steps, and ledges. People seeking the opposite of modern straightness will find pleasure here.We make some photo stops on our way, such as Risin and Kellingin, Fossá Waterfall the tallest waterfall in the Faroe Islands. the famous football stadium nestled next to the Atlantic Ocean.

7 hrs.
DKK 1095
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Sunday - Tour to the northern islands and Tjørnuvík

Viðareiði is in the Northern region and the northernmost village in the Faroe Islands. Visiting Viðareiði on Viðoy island is always rewarding.Klaksvík is the fishing capital of the Faroe Islands and here it will be possible to try the Faroes Fish and chips in the local bakery. We will drive on to Gjógv to see the fantastic gorge and further to Tjørnuvík where we can enjoy the amazing view of Risin and Kellingin

9 hrs.
DKK 1195
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