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Explore the Faroe Islands On FOOT

If you want to travel to Faroe Islands without vehicle, you can of course do that

One of the main reasons that people visit the Faroe Islands are because of the incredible nature and scenery. The Faroe Islands turn extraordinarily green during the summertime. The fresh air, the deep blue ocean, the vertical sea cliffs and the green mountains with their picturesque valleys, is something which would amaze anyone who enjoys being surrounded by nature.

 

All islands are "conected" together - either with subsea tunnels, bridge or ferry, so it is very easy to travel from one island to another. To get the most of the Faroe Islands a good opportunity is to go around with your bike, or experience hirstorical attractions with Smyril Line Excursions in the summer periods. See our excursions here.

 

The islands have no railways but they do have excellent bus and ferry system, that can take you easily around. Whether you want to travel on one island or around - this link is a good help to do so ssl.fo

  

 

Per person, back & forth (2018):

  • A price: from € 230
    B price: from € 210

  • A price: from € 320
    B price: from € 270

  • A price: from € 270

  • A price: from € 220

 

See sailing schedule 2018

 

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Smyril Line excursions

Smyril Line excursions

Smyril Line offers quality bus and hiking tours on the Faroe Islands with Danish and English speaking guides. Read more >>

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Smyril Line runs the only passenger ferry to Iceland and the Faroe Islands. M/S Norröna has weekly departures from Denmark.

 

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