One night stay in Mykines
You arrive in Mykines late afternoon with the boat Jósup.
Your local guesthouse hostess and guide Oda will meet you by the boat and take you to the guesthouse. Here you will enjoy dinner in an old house dated 1895, one of the oldest houses in the village of Mykines. There are only 50 houses and 15 all year round inhabitants on Mykines Island. In summer, there are round 30-40 people on the island after the last ferry has left.
After dinner, we bring coffee and sweets with us and go on an evening hiking tour to meet and greet the puffins and the gannets and see the sunset. Remember we have light hours til 23 in the evening in the summer in the Faroe Islands.
You sleep in cosy dbl. rooms on the first floor under the ceiling in the guesthouse. The standard is B&B.
Next morning we have breakfast and take a stroll trough the village and down to the ocean or one more tour to see puffins and birds on the edge, before you sail back to Sørvágur with the morning ferry.
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