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Dubbed “the flute” because of it’s thin shape and many road-tunnels, the island of Kalsoy offers truly astonishing views
Dubbed “the flute” because of it’s thin shape and many road-tunnels, the island of Kalsoy offers truly astonishing views. With 13 peaks, 11 valleys, and four villages with a combined population of less than 150, this island is the perfect place to go exploring. The hike to the lighthouse at Kallur, the northern tip of Kalsoy, is particularly impressive. Kalsoy also has a rich bird life, including puffins, storm petrels and black guillemots. Read more about Kalsoy here: https://visitnordoy.fo/frontpage-2/about/the-northern-isles/kalsoy/
To get to Klaksvík from Tórshavn, follow route 10 all the way to Klaksvík.
If you want to use public transport, take bus route 400 between Tórshavn and Klaksvík.
NB! Note that the bus connection on Kalsoy is brilliant. Please consider leaving your car at the harbour in Klaksvík and enjoy the islands by bus!
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Christian’s church of Klaksvík
One of the first major modern churches in Scandinavia that is inspired by the old Nordic style
Kunoy Village and Viðarlundin
From the vibrant red church in the centre of town to the lush countryside that sprawls toward the mountains, Kunoy is a place best enjoyed on foot
Ein dropi í lívsins havi
The monument in honour of Svínoy locals who have died in accidents
Kópakonan - the Selkie statue
The seal woman is based on one of the most famous legends in the Faroe Islands