Miðvágur is a small village with 1046 inhabitants. In Miðvágur you will find one of the oldest house on the isle of Vágar. It’s called Kálvalíð, and was originally used to rehouse priestwidows about year 1600 and thereafter. Miðvágur has also been the home of the priests on the island for centuries, and has a lot of stories about such. Due to the high number of British soldiers sationed here during World War 2, Miðvágur also has a separate cemetary where those who died on the post were laid to rest.
Á Lonini - Guesthouse Mykines
Spend the night in this historical guesthouse from 1895 furnished in 1950ies style
Árnafjall - mountain
Árnafjall, with it’s 722m, is the highest mountain on Vágar. It is located on the north-west side of the island, above Gásadalur.
Í Beitinum is a very old house in Miðvágur. The venue is well kept in its originally state and is therefore very authentic and cosy.
A wonderful guesthouse with the best part of the late Victorian era. Wonderfully restored from the original hotel