Explore the Faroes outside the high season

The offer is valid on selected departures in November and December and includes the ferry crossing from Denmark to the Faroe Islands and return.

From Hirtshals/Denmark

In November: 13. & 20. 
In December: 4. / 11. & 18.

From Tórshavn/Faroe Islands

In November: 11. / 18. & 25.
In December: 02. / 09. & 16.

The Faroe Islands are known for breathtaking nature experiences. Bring your own car and you can explore archipelago at your own pace.

Itinerary

Departure from Hirtshals on Saturday at 16:00, and arrival in Tórshavn on Monday morning at 07:30.

Departure from Tórshavn is Thursday evening at 21.00, and arrival in Hirtshals is Saturday at 11.30.

Find inspiration for your journey further down on this page. 

 

The offer


Per person, when 2 people travel together: from € 200

1 person traveling alone: from € 334


The offer price is valid for cabins without a window.

  • Price includes
    • Ferry crossing Denmark – Faroe Islands and return
    • Cabin without window
    • Your car <1,9m H & 5m L
  • Add-ons
    • Book the meals on board in advance and save money. See prices etc here
Order on +298 345900 or send an email to booking@smyrilline.com Book Now

Favourable payment terms: Pay 25% at the time of booking, however a minimum of € 400. The remainder is payable to SML no later than 30 days prior to departure. Take advantage of our attractive payment terms and book the desired cabin type and departure date well in advance.

 

Highlights in the Faroe Islands

Tórshavn

With only around 20,000 inhabitants, Tórshavn is not just one of the world’s smallest capitals, but also one of the most charming ones with an exciting mix of old and new. Explore the city on foot and see old protected buildings side-by-side with modern architectural design. We especially recommend a stroll around the little Tinganes promontory, which is the seat of government, and to the adjacent traditional neighbourhood Reyn with its quaint idyll. The National Gallery of the Faroe Islands as well as the Nordic House also merit a visit. In addition, the Faroe Islands offer exciting shopping opportunities. Local design wares can be found for example at Østrøm and Guðrun & Guðrun. You can also savour Nordic cuisine at several of the little capital’s exciting and enticing restaurants.


Tórshavn

Kirkjubøur

The historic village Kirkjubøur is a 10-minute drive from Tórshavn. Kirkjubøur was the bishop’s seat and thus the spiritual and cultural hub of the Faroe Islands. St. Olav’s Church (11th century), Magnus Cathedral (12th century) and the Kirkjubøargarður farm, which is now home to the 17th generation of the Patursson family, are all monuments that bear witness to a long history. Why not take a gentle hike from Tórshavn to Kirkjubøur along the old path? The trip is 7-km-long and relatively easy. The views are superb.


Kirkjubøur

Saksun & Tjørnuvík

Picturesque Saksun is a popular excursion in northwestern Streymoy. At low tide you can walk the 3 km to the Atlantic shore. The old farm Dúvugarðar dates from the 17th century and is open during the summer as a museum and café. A little further north in Streymoy you will find Tjørnuvík overlooking the bay with its vistas of the famous sea stacks The Giant and The Hag. We recommend a photo stop on the way to or from Tjørnuvík at the stunning waterfall Fossá.


Saksun & Tjørnuvík

Gjógv

Charming Gjógv is on the north coast of Eysturoy. The village is known for its natural harbour in a ravine formed by the sea. It was the village’s main artery until the road came in 1960.

Gjógv is a Faroese word for ravine. The old shop from 1883 serves as both a shop and café in summer. In addition, the Guesthouse Gjáargarður has a restaurant. There are excellent hiking opportunities in the area. Near Gjógv you will find the tallest mountain in the Faroe Islands, Slættaratindur. Hike up the 880-m-tall mountain, put up your feet and enjoy the magnificent panorama.


Gjógv

Trælanípan & Gásadalur

Trælanípa is among the most photographed locations in the Faroe Islands. From the edge of this premonitory you will stare down a 142 m vertical drop into the sea, and at the same time you see lake Sørvágsvatn, the largest lake in the Faroe Islands. From this vantage point you can also marvel at the southern tip of Streymoy as well as Hestur, Koltur, Sandoy, Skúvoy and Suðuroy. To the other side you can take in the bird cliffs Sørvágsbjørg, Mykines and Mykineshólmur. 

In the village Gásadalur you will find the most famous waterfall in the Faroe Islands, Múlafossur, which tumbles straight into the Atlantic Ocean. On the way to and from Gásadalur you will pass the village Sandavágur, where the cozy café Fiskastykkið is located. Here you can have both lunch or coffee and cake.


Trælanípan & Gásadalur

Klaksvík

Klaksvík is the second largest town in the Faroe Islands. It is nestled in a northfacing bay, which makes a superb harbour. The city is guarded by towering mountains, including Klakkur, which the town is named after.

We recommend a hike (1,5 h) to Klakkur. In fair weather you will have magnificent views. Klaksvík also offers culture, shopping in lovely little boutiques, as well as charming cafés.


Klaksvík

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