Faeroe Islands Streymoy


A scenic valley on the Faroe Islands' largest island, known for its picturesque views and single-lane tunnel access.

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This scene from the village of Nordradalur proves that cartoon roads might have been based on the Faroes. On the island of Streymoy, you can reach this quiet hamlet with a short 20 minute drive from Torshavn. Make sure to take in the scene at the top of the curved road before traversing on down to the tiny village with big scenery. It’s nestled in unspoiled nature between mountains and seaside, with the neighboring island of Koltur waving hello across the way. Pro tip: Visit this spot at sunset for optimal viewing pleasure.

girlwanderlist 5 years ago

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