Experience how fish was washed and dryed in the old days. Here, you have the possibility to wash and dry the fish yourself.
This activety takes place in the village of Hov on the southernmost island Suðuroy.
Hov is the first village mentioned in the Icelandic saga. Here are ruins from the Irish monks (approximately year 625) and from the Vikings.
During the Viking era Hov was the capital of the Faroe Islands, here lived the chief Hovgrímur, his son Øssur and his grandson Leivur Øssurson who was chief over all the Faroe Islands.
Join this old tradition and experience the beautiful Viking village of Hov.