In Torshavn, Faroe Islands.

We offer luxurious holiday lodgings with all the amenities you need to help you enjoy the stunning beauty of the Faroe Islands. Use one of our apartments as your home base while you explore all the Faroe Islands have to offer—outdoor adventure, spectacular nature and wildlife, cultural events, and historical venues. 





The Faroe Islands

Up in the wild North Atlantic are the Faroe Islands, an archipelago of extraordinary beauty, where epic adventures await. With over 1,200 km of dramatic coastline, rugged sea cliffs, sparkling lakes and breathtaking mountain views, it is one of the few remaining unspoilt places on Earth. The landscape offers the backdrop to quaint cobbled streets meandering through colourful picturesque towns with a gentle reminder that Mother Nature is never far away.

Whether you’re looking for a fun-filled family break, an action-packed adventure or entertaining colleagues on a business trip, there is something for everyone here on the islands. You can enjoy a fantastic range of activities from adrenaline sports to relaxing walks with many attractions within easy reach of The Atlantic Swan and The Atlantic Puffin in Tórshavn.

If you are looking for a travel destination that will exceed your expectations, with a chance of seeing the Northern Lights to boot, come and join us in The Faroe Islands.

The Adventurer

Are you a thrill-seeking adventurer? From 18 individual islands to choose from, you’ll never be short of places to explore or exciting outdoor pursuits to partake in. Take a trip up the Faroe Islands’ highest point at Slættaratindur in the northern part of Eysturoy. At 882m above sea level, the ocean views from the summit are exquisite during the summer months.

Here you are never more than 5 kilometers from the ocean, so sea adventures are plentiful. From horseback riding over the mountains, rib boat cave tours and sea kayaking, to diving and exploring, you’ll find many adventures of all kinds for both land and water.

Business Trip

The Faroese have proudly carved out a unique identity for themselves. Part of this identity is characterised by food and cuisine. In fact the Faroe Islands is said to be one of the best places in the world for fine-dining cuisine, and with access to miles of shoreline and fresh, cold atlantic waters is unsurprisingly home to some of the best, and freshest seafood in the world. Entertain and impress your team and colleagues at one of the Faroe Islands’ popular dining spots – from warm and homey cottage-style eateries, to elegant Michelin starred restaurants portraying local ingredients and traditional flavours.

A cultured break is easy since the capital, Tórshavn is home to a handful of interesting museums such as  Listasavn Føroya (Faroe Islands Art Museum) – an art museum, and The National Museum of the Faroe Islands, which displays items which tell the history of the Faroe Islands, from the Viking and Middle Ages. Take a break from business to visit Tinganes Tórshavn Cathedral – a must when staying in the capital.

Family Holiday

Planning a family getaway that will excite teenagers as much toddlers and let you kick back and relax, seems next to impossible, but it doesn’t have to be. The Faroe Islands feature top guided tours and activities for all ages and interests, whether your family prefer action, cultural experiences, wildlife – or all three! From historical heritage tours and trekking, to sailing and swimming, these are just a handful of the great family activities available in and around the cultural melting pot capital that is Tórshavn.

After a day exploring with the family, return to your warm Scandinavian bolt hole, sink into a comfy sofa, light a fire and rest your feet. Danish Hygge is well and truly alive in Torshavn which is endearingly referred to as ‘one of the cosiest capital cities you’ll find’. Our unforgettable lodges, are built with families in mind so get ready to create ever-lasting memories, spending time as a family in this very special place.

 Nature & Photos

The unique position of the Faroe Islands gives rise to incredible nature and photo opportunities. The islands, formed by volcanic activity 30 million years ago belong to a tempered climate and incredibly clean air. This gives nature space and opportunity to thrive. Despite their relatively small size, these islands are home to beautiful fauna, particularly migratory birds and endemic species that choose the Faroe Islands to rest or nest. There are said to be as many as 300 different species birds including Puffins, Storm Petrels, Gannets, and Kittiwakes. Cameras at the ready!

Travelling to Faroe Islands is for people who love wandering and discovering hidden natural gems such as Mulafossur Waterfall located near the little village of Gasadalur. The waterfall is easily reached by car (and a mountain tunnel or two). For beauty and wonder of the manmade kind, Streymin bridge is the only bridge over the Atlantic Ocean in the world, connecting the island Streymoy to Eysturoy. Sharp green hills, colorful cottages, friendly people, Viking’s ruins, unique food and more make of this tucked away destination part of your bucket list.



Maritugota 18, Hoyvik, FO-188, Torshavn, Faroe Islands


Nidaragøta 2h, 1hm, Maritugøtu 18, Hoyvik 188

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