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Cleft Of Gjogv, Gjogv

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Cleft Of Gjogv represents perhaps the most famous feature of the small village. Here, seawater penetrates the natural rift between two huge stones. If you take a walk to the shore, you'll see wooden stairs that go down to the water in the cleft. This is a small, quiet cove where you can take some time to watch the waves and enjoy the sea breeze. By using our Eysturoy itinerary builder, you can arrange your visit to Cleft Of Gjogv and other attractions in Eysturoy.
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Where to stay in Eysturoy

Eysturoy contains many villages and towns, all of which offer accommodations ranging from 3-star hotels to guesthouses and youth hostels. Visitors in search of adventure can also go camping at various sites, where they have a chance to experience nature unspoiled by urban distractions.
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  • A magnificently picturesque fjord village nestled in a deep valley between steep mountains. No stores or restaurants other than at the hotel, more sheep than people and absolutely peaceful.  more »
  • This place is really beautiful and looks like something from a fairytale. We walked around the area, the church and the houses. On top there is a bench and a fabulous view. We also saw feeding of shee...  more »
  • We were here as part of a weeklong Faroe Island landscape photography workshop. This place does not disappoint. From the approach road from Funnigar with its triple switchback, towering mountain pass,...  more »