Faroe Islands - Classic Faroe Islands

Situated on the island of Suðuroy, between the villages of Lopra and Sumba, is a remarkable 470m sea cliff known as Beinisvørð.

This cliff is the tallest on the southernmost island and attracts many tourists. Additionally, Beinisvørð is a frequently mentioned subject in Faroese literature, with two of the most distinguished Faroese poets referencing the sea cliff in their works.

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