The church of Fámjin was built in 1876. The first Faroese flag is placed on the wall of the church in Fámjin. This flag was made in 1919 by a young student from Fámjin Jens Oliver Lisberg and his friend Emil Joensen, while they were living in Copenhagen. Lisberg died a few years later. The flag is called Merkið and was recognized as the Faroese flag in 1940 by the British government, during the Second World war. The Faroe Islands were occupied by Great Britain while Denmark was occupied by Germany. The Faroese flag is celebrated every year on the 25th of April in Fámjin as well as in other villages and town around the country. You can contact the Tourist Information Centre in Tvøroyri, if you wish to visit the church in Fámjin.
More info on the website siging.info or on visitsuduroy.fo. The rappelling is on a beautiful cliff, which is called Norðbergseiði. The sea cliff is located west of the village Hvalba. The price is for rappelling only (2010 prices). If a boat trip is included it will cost 100 DKK more (2010 prices).
Art Gallery Oyggin is a gallery with art works by Faroese and Nordic artists. There is a beautiful garden around the gallery. In the garden there are many sculptures, most of them are made by the owner of the gallery, Palle Julsgart. The gallery is open daily.
The restaurant serves breakfast for the people who stay there, lunch is also mainly for the guests. In the evening the restaurant is open for everyone. The menu includes steaks, pizzas and burgers. The restaurant/hotel Øravík has licence to serve alcohol.
The restaurant is open at noon, from 12:00 - 13:30. They serve a warm meal "course of the day". In the evening the restaurant is open from 18:00 - 20:00. The Pizzeria is in the basement, it is open Friday and Saturday 17:30-22:30 and Sunday 18:00-21:30.
Restaurant Bakkin is situated on the Hotel Bakkin. The restaurant is normally open in the evening from 17-22 and sometimes also at noon for 1 hour (12-13). In the evening you can order fish and chips, pizza, steak etc.
You can rent a room from Bed and Breakfast in Tvøroyri, Trongisvágur and Hvalba, which are villages in the northern part of Suðuroy (Suduroy Island), from the Tourist Information Center in Tvøroyri.
You can rent a room from a Bed and Breakfast in the southern part of Suðuroy from the Tourist Information Center in Vágur, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. In 2011 there were B&B' in Vágur and Sumba.
Café Art is a nice café inside the Art Gallery Oyggin in Tvøroyri. You can order coffee, bread with salmon or schrimps, soup, wine, beer,soft drinks etc.
There are two Tourist Information Centres in Suðuroy, they provide information about Suðuroy and rent out houses for tourists. The Tourist Information Centres are situated in the two largest towns Tvøroyri and Vágur. * Tourist Information Centre in Tvøroyri, Tvørávegur 37, FO-800 Tvøroyri, Phone: +298 611080, www.visitsuduroy.fo, email@example.com * Tourist Information Centre in Vágur, Vágsvegur 30, FO-900 Vágur, Phone: +298 733090, www.visitsuduroy.fo, firstname.lastname@example.org