Kollafjørður Travel Guide

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Kollafjørður is the longest village in the Faroe Islands. The village stretches 7 kilometres along the coastline on Streymoy island.

There is a church in the village, a gas station and a grocery store. The harbour in Kollafjørður is used by fishing vessels and other vessels alike.

Kollafjørður is one of the larger villages on Streymoy island. Photo by Kah-Wai Lin.
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