Suðuroy untouched pearl
Unspoiled, traditional and full of good history
Early morning we depart from Tórshavn on the ferry M/F Smyril. This is the largest inland ferry in the Faroes. The sailing time is two hours to the southernmost island of Suðuroy.
The journey sails past the islands of Sandoy, Stóri Dímun (with two families living on it) and the uninhabited Lítli Dímun.
Upon arrival in Suðuroy we start by driving to the village of Tvøroyri. There the guide will tell you the history of the place and you will get to see some rare rock formations.
After departing Tvøroyri we drive to the village of Hvalba. This is one of the most beautiful villages in the Faroe Islands. From there the scenic route takes us to the Northernmost village on Suðuroy named Sandvík.
After spending some time in Sandvík we drive south to a village called Fámjin. The original Faroese flag is located inside the old Church there.
The journey goes all the way to the Southernmost village of Sumba. Along the way, we will pass the villages of Vágur and Lopra. After exploring the village for a while we take another route back from Sumba. This drive takes us past stunning cliffs and the scenic and historic villages of Porkeri and Hov.
After this we head back to the ferry Smyril and the sail back to Tórshavn. (Note: Some waiting time is to be expected for the ferry!)
(Please advise if you will require sea-sickness pills before departure)
Included in this tour are Bus, Guide, Ferry Tickets, Entrance Fees, Food and Beverages.
- Warm clothes + raincoat
- Good mood