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Address: Bordhoy, Faroe Islands

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Pristine

The Faroe Islanda are the most pristine places on Earth...beautiful craggy cliffs rising from the sea, gorgeous green valleys and untouched waterways. It rains 260 days a year... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Larry M
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Pattaya, Thailand
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Pattaya, Thailand
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810 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 128 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Faroe Islanda are the most pristine places on Earth...beautiful craggy cliffs rising from the sea, gorgeous green valleys and untouched waterways. It rains 260 days a year here, but I caught a sunny day and drove everywhere while waiting for ferry to Iceland. Many varies of sea birds and more sheep than people. Very expensive, but its beauty is... More 

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Campsea Ashe, United Kingdom
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135 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 42 helpful votes
Reviewed February 7, 2017 via mobile

Had an amazing day on this island. We took the ferry sam from klasvik across to kalsoy. The crossing was around 20 minutes and cost around £20. Once across the water there is a mini bus for walkers but we had a hire car so didn't need to use this very useful service. Our main area to explore was Mikladalur,... More 

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Oslo, Norway
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 24 helpful votes
Reviewed September 3, 2016

To get to this place, you have to take the ferry from Klaksvik. It takes about 20 minutes. You need the entire day to enjoy this Islands if you want to stop and spend some time at each valley. With that said, the main attraction is to drive to the end of the road, and walk about 20 minutes to... More 

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2 Thank Thor B
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
Reviewed August 24, 2016 via mobile

Me and my partner went to the light house at the northern part. It was the most beautiful place in the world! We just stood there speech less looking at the giant cliff. Please go here!

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4 Thank Daniel F
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
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899 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 429 helpful votes
Reviewed May 19, 2016

This island should be relatively easy to get to. The ferry is only 20 minutes long. You can bring your car (sometimes). The car ferry is often commandeered by other islands which means you take the passenger boat. A bus meets you to take you to Trollanes. You can hike to the Kallur Lighthouse (see my separate posting), view the... More 

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6 Thank dmittleman
Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Reviewed April 19, 2012

Kalsoy was the smallest island I had the pleasure to visit in the Faroes. We drove through stopping in each valley, including one with no village that's only for sheep! Had fun visiting the small kiosk on Trøllanes and of course the magnificent cliffs and lighthouse at Kallur at the very tip!

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5 Thank Vandrelysten
Rybnik, Poland
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 106 helpful votes
Reviewed November 2, 2010

The island Kalsoy was the place on magnificent Faroe Islands I liked the most. The long and narrow island is sometimes called “the flute”, because of the four tunnels which drill thru the mountains and connect the ferry terminal in Syðradalur on the south, with the village Trøllanes on the north edge. I recommend making a half day trip to... More 

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