Information about Cape Enniberg

Cape Enniberg is a 754 metre vertical sea cliff making it the world's tallest vertical sea cliff. Enniberg is situated on the island Viðoy.

Enniberg is the northernmost point of the Faroe Islands and a well known landmark of the Faroes throughout history. There is an immense bird life at Cape Enniberg.

You can experience Enniberg from above by hiking from the village Viðareiði or from below on one of the boat trips that pass by the famous sea cliff.

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Attractions nearby Cape Enniberg

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