“Suðuroy” For a Day Trip To Beinisvørð

by | Aug 27, 2022 | August 2023: The Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands | 0 comments


This morning we headed out for our 10:00am Ferry from Tórshavn to Tvøroyri. For a group size of 10 or more, we recommend booking ahead of time (at least 2 weeks) by emailing bilegging@ssl.fo for an inquiry. 

Because we had 7 folks in 2 cars, we booked online on booking.ssl.fo.



Boarding the ferry and leaving behind our cars, we then kicked back for our 2 hour ferry south over a card game of “Who’s Most Likely To…”



If you’re feeling famished or need coffee, there’s a cafeteria on the 5th level deck:



After landing at 10:45am in Tvøroyri on the north end of Suðuroy island, we then drove the 30 minutes south towards Beinisvørð . . .



. . . a dramatic local landmark consisting of craggy vertical cliffs plunging 470 meters into the sea.



The ferry/drive combo was well worth these views, even if we had only 10 minutes here before having to drive back (it reminds me of our silly 20 minute roundtrip dash to visit the world’s largest Lenin Head in Ulan-Ude before our train left the station)



We then drove back the 30 minutes for our return 14:00 ferry from Tvøroyri back to Tórshavn, where we passed the time with a game of “Would You Rather…”







- At time of posting in Suðuroy, it was 8 °C - Humidity: 87% | Wind Speed: 10km/hr | Cloud Cover: cloudy


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