Akraberg is the southernmost tip of the Faroe Islands. Five kilometres south of the village of Sumba, at the southern tip of the Faroe Islands, lies Akraberg. The 14-metre tall cylinder-shaped lighthouse at the edge of the Faroes has withstood storms since 1909.
Akraberg offers more than a post-card-worthy landscape and here you will get an outstanding panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean.
Remains from WWII and legends of Frisian settlers tell a story of a place less isolated than it might seem.
To ger here, you take the route to Sumba and then to Akraberg, along a narrow road.
See a viritual tour of Akraberg below to get to know more about the area