Northern Islands – Klaksvik and Kunoy

Explore the northern Faroe Islands of Borðoy and Kunoy by bus through tunnels and across causeways.

  • Relax on a scenic bus tour across two of the Faroe Islands and learn about their long history.
  • Drive nearly 500 feet under the sea and admire the light installation by Faroese artist Tróndur Patursson.
  • Visit Christianskirkjan, a historic Faroese church of great architectural significance.
  • Take the causeway from Borðoy to Kunoy and enjoy a walk around the picturesque village of Kunoy.
  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people

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  • From

    $ 115

  • Notices

    Restrooms are available in Christianskirkjan; sturdy shoes are recommended.

Island hopping by bus

We drive along Skálafjørður from Runavík, passing the villages of Gøta and Leirvík. To get to Borðoy, we take the Nordoya Subsea Tunnel, the Faroes’ longest undersea tunnel with a colorful light installation around the roundabout. In Klaksvík, the island’s main fishing port, we’ll visit Christianskirkjan, then drive to the island of Kunoy, where we’ll enjoy a walk before heading back to Runavík.

Practical information

  • Language: English, German, Danish, Scandinavian
  • Remarks/requirements: Restrooms are available in Christianskirkjan; sturdy shoes are recommended
  • Walking information: 16 feet of walking
  • Wheelchair accessible: No