Information about Streymoy
Streymoy is the largest island of the 18 islands that make up the Faroe Islands. The island is situated in the middle of the archipelago.
The island makes up 24% of the total land area and 50% of the entire population. All villages on the island are linked together with high-quality paved roads.
The best known attraction on the island is the Vestmanna Sea Cliffs in the village Vestmanna. Streymoy is connected by roads to two neighbouring islands Vágar island and Eysturoy island by a 5 kilometre (3,1 miles) sub-sea tunnel and a 250 metres (820 feet) bridge, respectively.
The underwater tunnel Eysturoyartunnilin also connects Streymoy to Eysturoy. The tunnel is a 11,2km underwater tunnel network with the world’s first under-sea roundabout.