The Northern Islands are in the Faroe Islands.
Busses connect Klaksvik with Viðareiði.
The car ride from Torshavn to Viðareiði is the longest journey possible on the islands without using a ferry and involves several tunnels, including a toll tunnel from Eysturoy to Borðoy and two long ones with right of way in one direction (passing places).
- Moorings on both sides of Viðareiði - what a contrast! On one side, where the church is, the Atlantic is placid; on the other it's like - the Atlantic!
- Viðareiði Church - although this is similar to most other churches on the islands, it's worth seeing for its silver, which includes a salver presented by the British Government for help to sailors rescued from a wreck in the mid 19th century
Unusually for the Faroes' villages, there are actually two places to eat or drink (coffee is very reasonably priced at both, alcohol at neither!)
- Hotel Norð.
- Matstovan hjá Elisabeth.