Up in the mountains of the Austrian Alps, there is a small village called Lech am Arlberg. Most people know the area as one of the world’s premier ski destination but we visited the town during the summer, and we loved every minute of it. Mostly the fun we had was hiking in the mountains and taking pictures of the gorgeous view from up there.
In the north of Eysturoy Island you will find a small and picturesque village called Gjogv. Gjogv means gorge in Faroese and it sounds exactly the opposite of how we kept trying to say it. The village has less that 50 people living there and it’s famous for the 200 meter long gorge that runs north from the sea to the village. We went there to see it and it was more than worth it.
Read More »Exploring Gjogv in the North of Faroe Islands
St. Magnus Cathedral started being built more than 700 years ago on the southernmost village on Streymoy. But it was never finished. Today, the building lays not completed, without a roof, suffering through all these years without any protection. But this ruined church still stands today making it the largest medieval building in Faroe Islands.
Read More »Magnus Cathedral and the Kirkjubøur Village
During our time in the Faroe Islands we tried to see everything we could and one of the places we visited was the Nólsoy Island, located some kilometers away from Tórshavn.
Read More »Our Visit to Nólsoy and the Heima Festival