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Cruises visiting Mykines & all Mykines cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Mykines in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Mykines is the western-most of the main 18 islands in the Faroe Islands, an archipelago in Northern Europe, between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. The islands lie midway between Iceland and the northern tip of Scotland. Much of Mykines rises with jagged cliffs out of the sea, topped by green rolling pastures reaching to 560m at Knúkur, with its splendid panoramic views. Around 20 live permanently here, with past residents returning to their homes during their summer vacations. The Faroes have been an autonomous province of the Kingdom of Denmark since 1948.

There are no roads here, just foot paths. Visitors reach Mykines by ferry in summer, helicopter year round, or by tender from cruise ships. The economy is based on tourism and sheep farming. Hiking is also popular on this narrow island that is only 8km long. Take a hike to the stone forest in the valley Korkadalur with its great columns of basalt, called the Stone-wood. The towering summit of Knúkur awaits the hiker. It is only some three kilometres away from the village, but the climb can be difficult.

Mykines is the perfect place for bird watching, in particular the puffin and gannets. (The local dining speciality is fried puffins.) The steep northern side of the island has some of the richest bird cliffs in the world. On the western side of Mykines is Mykineshólmur, a small islet connected by footbridge to Mykines over a 35-metre deep gorge. The one kilometre walk from the tender dock to the bridge is worth the views, and one kilometre further on takes you to the lighthouse. The rock columns in the sea surrounding the lighthouse at the far end of the cape are a sight of outstanding beauty.