Explore Faroe Islands on a Guided Bus Tour

Explore Faroe Islands on a Guided Bus Tour

Jump on board our amazing bus tour to explore the awe-inspiring sights of the Faroe Islands! We'll take you on a journey around the most stunning locations in the world, including the famous Kirkjubøur, Oyggjarvegur and Saksun Church. We'll also whisk you away to Fossá, Haldarsvík and Tjørnuvik before ending our tour with a visit to Eysturoyartunnilin. Let us show you why the Faroe Islands are one of the most breathtaking places on Earth. Don't miss out on this incredible experience!

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Pass By: Torshavn, Torshavn, Streymoy

Board a comfortable private bus that will transport you through the stunning landscapes of the Faroe Islands. Sit back, relax, and let your knowledgeable guide introduce you to the wonders that await.

Stop At: Kirkjubour Cathedral, Kirkjubour, Streymoy Faroe Islands

Kirkjubøur is the first stop on our tour. A representative from Tórshavn Adventures will collect you from your hotel and drive you to the historic village of Kirkjubøur. This is the southernmost village on Streymoy and the country's most important historical site. Here, you can view the ruins of the Magnus Cathedral, which dates back to 1300, the 12th century Saint Olav's Church, and the 11th century Kirkjubøargarður farmhouse. Incredibly, this farmhouse has been continuously occupied by the same family for 17 generations!

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Saksun 436, Faroe Islands

Visit Saksun village, known for its picturesque landscapes, grass-roofed houses, and a lagoon.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Saksun, a village nestled in a deep valley. Marvel at its charming grass-roofed houses, stroll by its serene lagoon, and admire the rugged mountains that form a breathtaking backdrop.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Haldarsvík, Faroe Islands

Set against a breathtaking backdrop of a natural gorge, we will witness a stunning octagonal church perched next to the tranquil harbour in a picturesque village, with a babbling stream tumbling through the area.

Stop At: Fossa, Bakkavegur, Streymoy 177 Faroe Islands

Stand in awe before Fossá, an impressive waterfall that cascades down from steep cliffs. Feel the mist on your face as you marvel at this natural wonder, captivated by its sheer size and enchanting allure.
The waterfall is the tallest in the Faroe Islands. Located near the village of Haldórsvík, the stunning waterfall drops in two levels, creating a combined 140-metre drop. The dark basalt walls surrounding the waterfall further highlight its impressive formation. On a rainy day, the sight of Fossá Waterfall is particularly impressive. Whether you observe the waterfall from afar or get up close, the experience will surely leave you in awe of nature's power. For those looking for a guided tour of Fossá and other highlights of the Faroe Islands, consider taking Viator's Faroe Islands Highlights Tour. The tour includes visits to some of the Faroe Islands' most remarkable sights and attractions, making it an ideal way to explore the beauty of this remote archipelago.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Tjornuvik, Tjornuvik, Streymoy

Our next stop is Tjørnuvík, the most northerly village on Streymoy. This formerly sleepy village has recently become popular with surfers – yes, you heard that right! In addition, Tjørnuvík is home to one of the oldest Viking burial grounds, complete with original burial stones. We usually take time here to soak in the spectacular view of the "Giant and Hag" rock formations on the headland while enjoying the senary and learning the legend behind the rocks.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Risin and Kellingin, Eysturoy Faroe Islands

Risin & Kellingin viewpoint
The Risin and Kellingin viewpoint refers to a scenic spot from where one can observe the iconic sea stacks named Risin (The Giant) and Kellingin (The Witch) off the northern coast of the island of Eysturoy in the Faroe Islands. According to legend, they are petrified remnants of a giant and a witch who tried to drag the Faroe Islands to Iceland.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Gjogv, Gjogv, Eysturoy

Gjógv, a picturesque village named after the Faroese word for 'gorge,' is nestled on the northeast coast of the island of Eysturoy in the Faroe Islands. This charming settlement is known for its idyllic scenery, colored houses, and its unique natural harbour that carves into the landscape, creating a serene, sheltered inlet.

Surrounded by steep mountains and dramatic cliffs, Gjógv offers breathtaking panoramic views of the North Atlantic's vast expanse. The village's most iconic feature is the gorge itself, which extends from the village to the ocean. It serves as a natural harbor where small boats are moored away from the ocean's might, providing a testament to the ingenuity of its inhabitants in adapting to their environment.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Funningur, Funningur, Eysturoy

Funningur offers a blend of stunning natural beauty, historical significance, and cultural charm, making it an attractive spot for travellers looking for tranquillity and an authentic Faroese experience.
The village is situated in a lush valley on the island of Eysturoy, surrounded by dramatic peaks and the serene waters of the Funningsfjørður fjord. The landscape offers ample opportunities for photography enthusiasts to capture the essence of Faroese scenery.
Funningur is believed to be one of the oldest villages in the Faroe Islands and is steeped in Viking history. According to legend, it was first settled by a Viking named Grímur Kamban. Exploring the village gives visitors a sense of stepping back in time, with its traditional grass-roofed houses and historic church dating back to 1847.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Eysturoyartunnilin, Faroe Islands

The Eysturoy Tunnel, as it is locally known, is the only sub-sea tunnel in the world with a traffic roundabout. This roundabout, nicknamed "The Jellyfish," was designed to allow drivers to drive either to the capital city of Tórshavn or the village of Skálafjorður. What makes this roundabout so special is its major art installation of glass and iron featuring lights and human figures that join hands around the edge as a symbol of unity. This makes the roundabout a must-see on our return journey to Tórshavn. The tunnel is a marvel of engineering, constructed to withstand the strong Atlantic currents and drilled around 100 meters below sea level. This is a journey you must take just to experience the beauty of Eysturoyartunnilin (The Eysturoy Tunnel).

Informacion Adicional
"Not wheelchair accessible"
"Near public transportation"
"Infant seats available"
"Most travelers can participate"
"This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund"
"This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund"
"This tour/activity will have a maximum of 7 travelers"
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"

Hora de Inicio: 09:00 AM
Duración: 6 Hours
Lugar de comienzo: Traveler pickup is offered
We whisk you away from your hotel approximately 15 minutes before your adventure begins. Our courteous driver will promptly call upon arrival, ensuring a seamless start to your tour. Embark with peace of mind as we handle the details, allowing you to focus on the exciting experiences that lie ahead.

Cancelaciones y devoluciones: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.


  • Lunch

No Incluye

  • Alcoholic Beverages


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