Saturday - Summer tour to the Northern part of Streymoy and Eysturoy One-day tour

Our partner: HK Bussar

Description

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 forth

Elduvík 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.

What´s Included

Coach and guide.

Itinerary

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Saturday - Summer Tour to the northern part of Streymoy and Eysturoy
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Saturday - Summer Tour to the northern part of Streymoy and Eysturoy

Pick up: from 09:00 starts at Hotel Føroyar and than the other hotels.

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 forth

Elduvík 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.