North of this cottage, you’ll find beautiful black cliffs and a waterfall running down from the mountains. A must-see during wet weather and great foreground for northern lights.
The largest waterfall in the Faroes is in itself a very fascinating waterfall with two plateaus. Both close-up and from afar it’s beautiful!
The Goose Valley is arguably, what made the Faroes famous as a landscape photography destination in the first place. A small cottage surrounded by mountains with a waterfall falling into the ocean. What is not to like?
This absolute must-see location is one of the biggest and most impressive locations in all of the Faroes! Few words gives any justice to this location, but “epic” is probably the most precise. Getting to the lighthouse at the top of Kalsoy takes around an hours hike.
Another small cottage in the end of a fjord. From the beach, you have a beautiful view towards the iconic cliffs Risin and Kellingin.
A beautiful classic of the Faroes. A moderate hike leads you to the huge cliff walls along the shoreline of Vagar. Here the perspective creates an interesting view making the nearby lake fly. Close by the waterfall Bøsdalarfossur creates a beautiful foreground for photographing the massive shoreline of the Island.