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Get the most out of your trip and visit both Iceland and the Faroe Islands

Your options for a stop-over in the Faroe Islands [content]

 

If you would like to visit both Iceland and the Faroe Islands you can easily do so. On the way to Iceland the ferry makes a stop in the Faroe Islands, and this you can take advantage of - especially in the high season.

 

  • In summer season:

    • Outbound: When departing from Denmark Saturday, you get a 3-day stop-over in the Faroe Islands - from Sunday evening (at 22:30) to Wednesday evening (at 18:00).
    • Homebound: When departing from Iceland Thursday, you get a 2-day stop-over in the Faroe Islands - from Friday morning (at 03:00) to Sunday evening (at 23:30)
  • In low- and mid season:

    • Outbound: When departing from Denmark Saturday, you get approx. 9 hours in the Faroe Islands (Mon 05:00-14:00)
    • Homebound: When departing from Iceland Wednesday, you get approx. 6 hours in the Faroe Islands (Thu 15:00-21:00)

 

Besides these options you can of course always take a week's stay in the green Faroe Islands, until Norröna picks you up again and sails you home.