• Car driving towards Tjørnuvík in the Faroe Islands. Stunning scenery from above of the shores 6 green hills. Taken by Saviour Mifsud
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First things first - welcome and we hope your journey is off to a good start. In order to stay updated on the latest news and developments on i.e. transportation, hiking restrictions & excursions that might have an impact on your trip, we have gathered the latest announcements on this page. Make sure to go through the updates to avoid any inconveniences.  

UPDATE: July 6th, 2022 

The scenic and generously visited Tjørnuvík has been in need of an update regarding its transportation and parking facilities. So the local municipality has decided to put safety measures in place to ensure visitors and residents can enjoy smooth traffic to the majestic view during the high season. These are the measures: 

  • Traffic lights will be set up ahead of Tjørnuvik to avoid facing traffic on the narrow road.
  • Parking facilities will be available right by Tjørnuvík or in the nearby village; Haldórsvík. As for parking in the village, Tjørnuvík is only reserved for residents.   
  • Parking sensors & information signs are placed in Haldórsvík to notify visitors of the number of vacant parking spaces by Tjørnuvík. 
  • An ample parking space is available in Haldórsvík, where a free “park and ride” shuttle service will be offered daily between the hours 10 - 17 in July and August.  The shuttle bus will drop travelers off right by the entrance to Tjørnuvík and pick them up again. 
  • Campervans are not permitted to drive to or park by Tjørnuvík but you can park in Haldórsvík and use the free “park and ride” shuttle service instead.  
  • Tourist buses are not permitted to park by Tjørnuvík but can drive there to drop off and pick up passengers. And in the meantime park in Haldórsvík. 
Parking and drop off at Tjørnuvík
Free “park and ride” shuttle service from Haldórsvík