The majesty of the faroe islands awaits right outside your door

We come here for experiences and experiences you shall have:
the mighty, breathtaking, enchanting, and serene.

Café Zorva

With its praises highly sung, a stop at Cafe Zorva is a must if you’re coming to Vagar. They serve up generous portions of freshly-baked pizza, fish and chips, tandoori chicken, and more. The perfect place for comfort food (plus beer!) after a long hike—or just to salvage a bad weather day.

Café Pollastova

Anytime you’ve worked up an appetite or a craving for salmon, Cafe Pollestova will be ready to deliver. Owned by a friendly lady with a passion for hospitality, this cafe serves up delicious coffee, waffles, vegan dishes, and locally-caught salmon cooked to perfection—with a cozy atmosphere and beautiful artwork around.


Also known as the ‘Lake Above the Ocean’, you can’t visit the Faroe Islands without hiking here. Once you pay the hiking fee to cross a farmer’s property, you’ll be greeted with a breathtaking view of a vast lake literally sitting above the ocean—with extraordinary cliffs and ocean views around.

Múlafossur Waterfall

Rated as a Tripadvisor Traveller’s Choice for 2023, Mulafossur Waterfall is easily one of the most beautiful waterfalls around. As you journey there, each turn will have a view to take your breath away—as you approach the waterfall pouring into the ocean, with sweeping mountains around, and a tiny village in view.

Drangarnir Sea Rocks

One of the most iconic spots on the Faroe islands, Drangarnir’s sea stacks juts straight out of the North Atlantic Ocean to stand 230 feet tall. To do the steep hike, you’ll need a local guide—or if you’re viewing the arch on a boat tour, keep an eye out for puffins and seabirds!


For those craving to explore, the island of Mykines will have ample adventures to behold. You’ll have to take a ferry across from Vagar (visit to check dates and buy tickets) but once you reach the isle, you’ll be spoiled with the most beautiful scenery. You’ll find here Mulafossur Waterfall, Gasadalur Tunnel, and the Mykines Holmur Lighthouse.