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The southernmost point of the Faroe Islands
Akraberg is the southernmost tip of the Faroe Islands. Five kilometres south of the village of Sumba, at the southern tip of the Faroe Islands, lies Akraberg. The 14-metre tall cylinder-shaped lighthouse at the edge of the Faroes has withstood storms since 1909.
Akraberg offers more than a post-card-worthy landscape and here you will get an outstanding panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean.
Remains from WWII and legends of Frisian settlers tell a story of a place less isolated than it might seem.
To ger here, you take the route to Sumba and then to Akraberg, along a narrow road.
See a viritual tour of Akraberg below to get to know more about the area
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Located between the villages of Lopra and Sumba on the island of Suðuroy, this striking 470m sea cliff is the highest of its kind on the southernmost island and a popular destination for tourists
Á Røðini (Kikarin)
Á Røðini, also known as Kikarin, which means the telescope, is a beautiful location on the edge of Trongisvágsbotnur