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Múlafossur waterfall ,Faroe islands

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Múlafossur waterfall ,Faroe islands
Múlafossur waterfall ,Faroe islands
Mulafossur is a waterfall located near the village of Gasadalur ( Gasadalur is a very small village in the Faroe Islands which is located on the island of Vagar to the west of Bour. It overlooks the Mykinesfjørður fjord and is surrounded by the highest mountains on the island ) on the island of Vagar in the Faroe Islands.

Mulafossur waterfall is located right next to the village and falls into the ocean in a beautiful bay of rocks. The waterfall itself, along with the “lake over the ocean” is the landmark of the Faroe Islands.
The waterfall at Gasadalur falls 60 meters straight from the top of the cliff into the ocean , This is the final part of the Dalsa River, which flows along the Gasaladur Valley. This valley is located between the two highest mountains on the island: the Arnafjall (722 m) and the Eysturtindur (715 m), The waterfall is 11 km from Vagar Airport. You can walk to the waterfall from the village of Gasadalur. There is also a car park near the waterfall. From this car park, it is a 2-minute walk.

Access : Coordinates: 62.10748-7.43578 / Gasadalur is a very small village in the Faroe Islands which is located on the island of Vagar to the west of Bour.

Highlights :

  • Múlafossur waterfall is a popular photography destination : There are three points for shooting, two can be reached along convenient paths, the third is a descent along the grass along a small hollow, jumping over streams and bumps, The mountains that surround it make any photo you take impressive.
  • A pleasant walk from the village of houses leads to the waterfall (also called Gasadalur mulafossur after the village). If it is raining the path is muddy and slippery and therefore not suitable for walking. Most of the visitors are above the waterfall and in the distance. When it’s windy,

Go next : Gasadalur village / The Famous Kallur Lighthouse / village of Mikladalur and the the Seal Woman statue (Kopakonan).

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