This is the most southernly point in the Faroe Islands. You will find Akraberg on Suðuroy island. Akraberg lies 2 kilometres away from the village Sumba. There are only a couple of houses in Akraberg and they have mostly been used to accommodate the lighthouse keeper in older days.
There is a lighthouse at Akraberg which still guides sea traffic in this part of the Faroe Islands. No people live at Akreberg throughout the year but there are a couple of summerhouses on this southernmost spot in the Faroe Islands.
Akraberg is the southernmost point in the Faroe Islands. You will get beautiful views here. Photo by @fotoblicke on Instagram.
There is a rich birdlife at Akraberg as well as skerries that are covered in surf especially during the winter month. You will see merely ocean from Akraberg and no other islands.
When you get to Akreberg, you are able to park your car and walk around in the area. There are fences along the cliff's edge so it is safe to bring children to this attraction.