Firstly, there are no public wildernesses or common areas in the Faroes, camping is only permitted at designated campsites. Hence according to Faroese legislation, it is illegal to sleep in tents in the wild. Even if the landowner allows it, it is still illegal, and the owner doesn’t have the authority to overrule this.
There is a camping area quite close to Trælanýpa, called Giljanes. To book place on this campsite, follow the link below.
For other campsites visit Visit Faroe Islands’ website under camping.
Fuel for camping stoves
Fuel for camping stoves and other camping gear is available at Handilsvirkið Niclasen in Sørvágur, very close to the airport, address: Bakkavegur 24, 380 Sørvágur, phone: +298 332001.
Mon-Fri: 8:00 – 17:30
Saturday: 10:00 – 13:00