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A must see: the cliff area is easy to reach by car and the landscape from there is just amazing, like nowhere else in the Faroes. Just keep in mind never to get too close to the edges and respect the local environment!
Didn't expect these impressively beautiful view when I've visited Suðuroy. Dramatically vertical cliffs. Beautiful scenary. Definitely the most beautiful view in the Faroe Islands. It's worth a visit. You can drive or walk up to the cliffs, just be careful of the edges.
A nice walk along a small road up to the old radar station.
The grass plain ends in very steep cliffs. Don't go very close to the edge. Keep children and dogs safe.
There is no reason to visit this place if there is fog.
This place, called 'the edges', is a bunch of sea cliffs in the Faroe Islands. You approach from the top and get as close as you dare to the edge, and then you can see crashing blue waves and and dramatic vertical cliffs! One of...More
I would absolutely recommend everyone who visits the Faroe Islands to visit this place in Suðuroy (the southernmost island). Be careful not to fall over the edge, and enjoy the fantastic scenery. You stand on the top of a mountain which ends suddenly and turns...More