Lighthouse on the Faroe Islands
Book a hireal car and discover the breathtaking nature of the Faroe Islands on your own! The Faeroe Islands are a group of 18 volcanic rock islands located in the North Atlantic between Norway and Iceland. You can hire a car to reach the diffehire islands of the Faroe Islands via bridges, ferries and dam roads. You can find the right hireal car for your trip to the archipelago on Driveboo.com. The portal will help you compare car hire prices and book your hireal car at the best price. Pick up the car of your choice comfortably after your arrival in the Faroe Islands either in Sørvágur or at Vágar Airport. So nothing stands in the way of a relaxing holiday on the Faroe Islands.
The right hireal car for the Faroe Islands
If you take out fully comprehensive insurance without excess, you will always travel stress-free during your holiday. Even in the event of damage, you will not incur any further costs.
So that your hireal car is completely adapted to your wishes and needs, you can set your preferences on our portal Driveboo.com via the search mask. In the following table you will find an overview of the possible categories and options:
|Features||All-wheel drive, automatic, air conditioner|
|Insurance benefit||Fully comprehensive without excess, underbody protection, glass and tyre insurance|
|Other||One-way hireal, additional driver, fair fuel regulation (full/full)|
Discovering the Faroe Islands
Colourful houses in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
Tórshavn is the capital of the Faroe Islands and lies on the east coast. Park your hireal car and discover the capital Tórshavn on foot. It is the economic and political centre of the country. In former times Tórshavn was also called the "smallest capital of the world". Stroll through the many narrow streets of the old town and immerse yourself in the lively and exuberant atmosphere of the cultural scene.
Slættaratindur is the highest mountain of the Faroe Islands and means "flat summit". Leave your hireal car and set off for an unforgettable hike. The mountain lies in the north of the second largest island of the Faroe Islands, on Eysturoy. From the summit you can see all 18 islands of the Faroe Islands on a clear day. This view is guaranteed to leave you speechless.
Would you like to see more sights in the Faroe Islands? Then take a hireal car to these highlights:
Landscape on the Faroe Islands
Watch sweet Puffins
Look forward to a great and unique nature on the Faroe Islands. The archipelago shines with breathtaking waterfalls, some of which plunge directly into the sea. You will also find a distinctive vegetation of colourful flowers, mosses and mushrooms. On your adventurous journey you will probably encounter a number of puffins. The puffins breed on the Faroe Islands.
When is the best time to travel to the Faroe Islands?
The Faroe Islands are located between Iceland and Scotland in the North Atlantic. Winters are mild, summers often rainy and windy. So it never gets very warm on the Faroe Islands. Basically you can of course travel to the Faroe Islands all year round. However, the best time is from May to September. In these months it has comparatively few rainy days and the temperatures are higher.
However, you should always have warm clothes and above all rain protection with you, so that you can enjoy the dreamlike landscape on the Faroe Islands untroubled.