Local Food

Faroese food

The Faroe Islands offer a wide range of activities for visitors to enjoy. One of the most popular things to do is to explore the local food culture. The Faroe Islands have a long tradition of fishing and seafood is a staple in the local diet. Visitors can try traditional dishes such as dried fish, smoked salmon, and skerpikjøt (dried mutton). Restaurants in the capital city of Tórshavn offer a variety of local and international cuisine.

The villages of Bø and Gásadalur are located Vagar and are known for their beautiful landscapes and local food. Both villages have restaurants that are open during the summer period, and they offer a wide range of traditional Faroese dishes.

Bø is a small village located on the island of Vágar, and it’s surrounded by beautiful landscapes. The village has a restaurants that offer traditional Faroese food The restaurants in Bø are known for their cozy atmosphere, and they offer a great opportunity to try local food and to experience the local culture.

Gásadalur is a small village located on the island of Vágar. It is known for its beautiful landscapes and its waterfall, Múlafossur. The village has a small restaurant that serves traditional Faroese food, it is open in the summer period. The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere and it’s a great place to try the local food, and also to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Both villages offer a great opportunity to experience the local culture and to try traditional Faroese dishes. The local food is prepared with fresh, high-quality ingredients and it’s a great way to get a taste of the Faroe Islands. These restaurants are a great place to stop for a meal while exploring the beautiful landscapes of the islands.

Boat tours to famous sea stacks

Boat tours to the famous sea stacks of Drangarnir and the waterfall at Múlafossur are a must-do activity for visitors to the Faroe Islands. The sea stacks at Drangarnir are a natural wonder, standing tall and isolated in the ocean, and they offer a unique and breathtaking view. The boat tour will take you around the stacks, allowing you to see them from different angles and take in the stunning scenery.


Boat Tours to Drangarnir, Faroe Islands Drangarnir is an iconic and mesmerizing sea stack located off the coast of the...


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The popular stop on the boat tour is the Múlafossur waterfall, which flows directly into the ocean. The waterfall is situated on the island of Vágar and can be seen from the boat, or you can hike to the top of the mountain for a closer look. The waterfall is surrounded by beautiful landscapes, and the boat tour offers a great opportunity to take in the natural beauty of the Faroe Islands.

These boat tours are a great way to experience the natural beauty of the Faroe Islands and to see some of the most famous landmarks and natural wonders of the islands. They are also a great opportunity to take in the fresh sea air and to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the ocean.

Mykines – Birdwatching in Puffin island

Another popular activity in the Faroe Islands is to take a boat tour to the island of Mykines, where visitors can see the Atlantic Puffins. Mykines is known for its large colony of puffins, which can be observed up close during the breeding season, typically from May to August. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful scenery and birdwatching on the island, as well as hike to the lighthouse for panoramic views. There is a fee to walk in the mountains on the island of Mykines. This fee is used to maintain the trails and protect the natural environment, as the island is home to a large colony of puffins and other seabirds.

Puffin Safari Boat Tour

Bakkavegur, Sørvágur, Faroe Islands

Fishing tour from Tórshavn 

Álakeri, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands

Photography Boat Tour in Vágar

Seatravel, Bakkavegur, Sørvágur, Føroyar

Catch and Keep: Experience Traditional Faroese Fishing

Fishing is also a popular activity in the Faroe Islands, and visitors to the Faroe Islands can also book fishing tours with local operators such as us at seatravel.fo. These tours offer a unique opportunity to experience the traditional way of life on the islands and to catch a variety of fish species such as cod, haddock, and halibut. Our fishing tours include all necessary equipment and a knowledgeable guide who can provide tips and instruction on how to catch fish in the Faroese waters. It is a great way to learn about the local culture and also a chance to enjoy the beautiful surroundings while fishing.

One of the great things about fishing tours in the Faroe Islands is that visitors get to keep the fish they catch. After a successful day on the water, your guide will help you clean and prepare your catch, so you can take it home or have it cooked for your. This can be a great way to bring a taste of the Faroe Islands back home with you, and it also gives visitors an opportunity to experience the local food culture and try dishes made with the freshest and most delicious ingredients. It is also a great opportunity to learn how to prepare the fish you caught.

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Bakkavegur, Sørvágur, Faroe Islands

Fishing tour with local skipper in Vágar area

boat basin, Bakkavegur, Sørvágur, Faroe Islands

Exclusive 1,5 Hour Drangarnir Boat Tour

Bakkavegur, Sørvágur, Faroe Islands

Go Shopping in Tórshavn

Shopping in Tórshavn

Shopping in Tórshavn is also a popular activity, with a variety of shops selling traditional Faroese handicrafts such as woolen sweaters and scarves, as well as local design and fashion.


Hiking in the Faroe Islands

Hiking is also a popular activity in the Faroe Islands. The islands offer a diverse range of landscapes, from steep mountains to rolling hills, and visitors can explore these natural wonders with the help of local guides. Some popular hiking spots include the highest mountain in the Faroe Islands, Slættaratindur, and the picturesque village of Gjógv.

The Faroe Islands is a great destination for those who loves nature, outdoor activities and culture. The locals are friendly and welcoming, and they are happy to show visitors around and share their culture and way of life.