Suðuroy is the southernmost island of the Faroe Islands
Cape Beinisvørð in the background is one of the most impressive cliffs of the Faroes.
Beinisvørð, 470 m high.
The church of Sumba.
Football (soccer) stadion in Vágur
Basalt and tuff layers in Fámara.
Wooden church in Porkeri, built in 1847.
Columnar basalt formations above Hov.
Fámjin in wintertime.
Basalt in Froðba
View from Høvdaberg to Froðbiarnipa and Lítla Dímun
Hol í Hellu, east of Froðba.
Scenery from Hvalba
Glyvrarbergsgjógv, south of Ásmundurstakkur, west of Sandvík.
View from Trongisvágur to Tvøroyri.
The new ferry Smyril enters Tvøroyri, 15. October 2005
The old and new Smyril
Smyril and Tvøroyri in the background
Old store houses in Tvøroyri
Ásmundurstakkur west of Sandvík
West coast of Sandvík
The grave of Viking Chieftain Havgrímur in Hov