Table of Contents
- Discover The 16 Most Instagrammable Places In The Faroe Islands.
- #1. Sørvágsvatn, Vágar.
- #2. Múlafossur Waterfall, Vágar.
- #3. Mykines Lighthouse, Vágar.
- #4. Akraberg Lighthouse, Suduroy.
- #5. Gjogv, Eysturoy.
- #6. Saksun, Streymoy.
- #7. Sumba, Suduroy.
- #8. Sandvík, Suduroy.
- #9. Tindhólmur, Vágar.
- #10. Kallur Lighthouse, Kalsoy.
- #11. Fossá Waterfall, Streymoy.
- #12. Sørvágur, Vágar.
- #13. Tinganes, Streymoy.
- #14. Funningur, Eysturoy.
- #15. Elduvik, Eysturoy.
- #16. Roads
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On this post, we are going to show the most instagrammable places in the Faroe Islands and where to find them.
After a full week road trip in Faroe, we have collected our favorites spots on a map where to take the best Faroe Islands photos. This way, you can go straight to the highlights of this fascinating island.
You won’t only see the most famous spots like Gasadalur, but some other hidden gems like scenic roads and amazing little towns in Suduroy.
You don’t wont to miss the most instagrammable places in the Faroe Islands!
Let’s take a look to them now.
Discover The 16 Most Instagrammable Places In The Faroe Islands.
#1. Sørvágsvatn, Vágar.
Sørvágsvatn lake is probably one of the most instagrammable places in the Faroe Islands.
This amazing lake appears to be floating above the ocean. The fierce ocean hitting against the sharp cliffs, together with the calm water of the lake and the vivid green in the background, makes a beautiful contrast.
How to get there. The lake is accessible via an easy hike which takes about 45 minutes. The entrance is just a few kilometers far from the airport. There is an entrance fee of 200DKK you have to pay at the entrance.
#2. Múlafossur Waterfall, Vágar.
Múlafossur Waterfall is another of the most instagrammable places in the Faroe Islands.
This majestic waterfall falling straight to the sea with a small village at the background remains one of the Faroe Islands most iconic sights.
How to get there. The access to Múlafossur waterfall is fairly easy. There is a tunnel you need to cross, and a few kilometers later, you will see a sign and a small path on your left which will take you straight to the waterfalls.
#3. Mykines Lighthouse, Vágar.
Mykines is one of the most popular day trips in the Faroe and the place where we took some of our favorites Faroe Islands photos.
For us, it was one of the highlights of our trips and not only one of the most instagrammable places in the Faroe Islands, but in the world!
People come to this island mainly to see the Puffins. But the whole island and the trekking to the lighthouse offers amazing views during most of the journey. Although you can visit the main village in Mykines for free, if you want to hike to the lighthouse, you’ll need to pay a fee of 100 DKK.
How to get there. The easiest way to get to Mykines is via ferry. You can find the ferry schedules here. You can also get there by helicopter.
#4. Akraberg Lighthouse, Suduroy.
Suduroy island is one of the most unknown places to visit in the Faroe Islands, yet is full of amazing sights.
Akraberg Lighthouse is the southern point in the Faroe Islands and the views from here are breathtaking.
How to get there. To get to this lighthouse, first, you’ll need to take a ferry from Torshavn to Suduroy, which takes around 2 hours. Is strongly recommended to have a car to explore this island properly and to access to places like this. Simply drive all the way to the south towards Sumba. Once there, you’ll find signs to the lighthouse.