The Faroe Islands are remote islands in the Atlantic Ocean. They are isolated and therefore it is very difficult to travel Zero Waste and plastic-free to the Faeroe Islands because everything has to be imported. That is why it has been very hard for us to avoid plastic waste on this trip, but we have done our best.
We did a 7-days route by car through the northern islands and one day by foot to Mykiness. This is the route summary and the map of our adventure through the Faroe Islands
The island of Vágar, is one of the 18 islands of the archipelago of the Faeroe, is the third largest, after Streymoy and Eysturoy. In this post I will talk about what to see on the island of Vágar.
It is the largest island in the Faroe Islands where its capital, Tórshavn, is. To drive there from Vágar there is an underwater tunnel. The island is amazing and from the highway is possible to see Vágar from the other side. In this post we talk about our route on Streymoy Island.
Actually, from this route what is most enjoyed are the wonderful landscapes and routes. It is a route of about two hours by road crossing mountains and climbing mountain passes. Above all, the most beautiful thing is to discover the small coastal towns hidden between fjords. Continue reading
It is an island next to Vágar, which can only be reached by ferry. Its main interest is that it is the island with more puffins of the Faroe Islands. In addition, there is only access to a restricted number of people per day and there are no motor vehicles on the island.