Faroe Islands

The most challenging tunnels of the Faroe Islands

The most challenging tunnels of the Faroe Islands

Some tunnels on Faroe Islands are a harrowing one lane tunnel on a two way road. Drivers have to be constantly alert and hope that anyone coming through the tunnel on the other side got the message to yield.

Eiði-Funningur road

Eiði-Funningur, a scenic paved road in Faroe Islands

Short mountain road with a total length of 12,4km, between Eiði and Funningur, in Faroe Islands, going near the Slættaratindur, the highest mountain in the islands, at an elevation of 880m (2,887ft) above the sea level.

Trøllanes-Syðradalur Road

Driving the breathtaking road from Trøllanes to Syðradalur

The Trøllanes-Syðradalur Road is a very scenic and lonely drive in the heart of Kalsoy island, in the north-east of the Faroe Islands.

Sumba Old Road

Sumba Old Road: a beautiful drive if you don't get seasick

The old road to Sumba is an amazing journey over the mountains on the island of Suðuroy in the Faroe Islands. Don't forget your camera with lots of film/memory and fully charged batteries! The road is very curvy, but a beautiful drive if you don't get seasick.

Eysturoyartunnilin

Eysturoyartunnilin, the longest sub-sea tunnel on the Faroe Islands

Located in the Faroe Islands, the Eysturoyartunnilin is a tunnel that passes just below the ocean floor and links the Faroese capital Tórshavn to two points on the island of Eysturoy.