Situated in the heart of the world's smallest capital, within walking distance of the harbor and the historical part of the town, is Hotel Hafnia, the perfect setting for your stay. From the hotel's roof terrace there is a unique panoramic view over the whole town. The hotel's popular and international restaurant provides the best cuisine in town, and uses fresh produce from the worlds' cleanest ocean. At street level, you will find the cozy Hafnia Lounge, a great place to meet and enjoy a cocktail before or after dinner, as well as a travel agent.
Nestled in the heart of the North Atlantic, the soaring western cliffs of the Faroe Islands exude a magical, almost mystical aura as misty tendrils drift over the heath chasing the nesting oystercatchers. The air is fresh, the hiking glorious. The Faroese are descendents of ancient Vikings who arrived in the archipelago in 825 AD. Remnants of an ancient way of life still pervade the culture. The medieval chain dance is still practiced; sheep still outnumber people, walking in the hills is still considered a pleasant family outing. Remoteness does have its advantages. Feel free to safely wander the village streets and shops, to stay up late, to sleep late, to turn off your mobile telephone, to relax, to ponder the great mysteries of life. In the Faroe Islands, visitors are treated like family; hospitality is a way of life.