You will always find inspiration on a walk around the town of Vágur. Are you thinking about a visit, please feel free to contact us 🙂
It is challenging to stay indoor and focus on work in the coworking space, when you know that just minutes away the most amazing nature is calling. A morning walk to the fantastic Vágseiðið.
If the weather is to good to stay inside at our coworking space working – you can always bring your laptop and find a spot in our glorious nature. …and when you need to clear your mind, just look up and get new inspiration Photo: Bjartur Vest
A stay at the coworking should include a hike into the amazing nature surrounding Vágur. Here one visitor from Mexico at cliff Eggjarnar.
Our coworking space has different solutions for you, all dependent upon your needs. We have small workspaces, that also can be used for smaller meetings. We have one medium-sized meeting room (app 8 people) and we also have a large meeting room, that can be used for classes. The meeting…
You will problably not find a better place in the midst of the North Atlantic to go on adventures, than in the mountains and hillsides around Vágur. Book a stay at Faroe Islands Coworking Adventure within the months of September to April and you will also be able to view…
After a “day at the office” nothing really compares to just wander out into the spectacular nature surrounding Vágur. With the fjord, the cliffs to the west, and the beautiful mountains and the amazing mountain top Borgarknappur – just choose, because your are so close to our amazing nature.
We are very happy to tell this story about the first digital nomad – an artist in residence – that has guested Faroe Islands’ Coworking Adventure here in Vágur.
We invite you a unique oppertunity to become part of our community, experience community life in Vágur, learn to know new amazing people and experience our breath-taking nature. Life in a small town in the Faroe Islands is all about connecting with people, getting to know new personalities, and experiencing…
The Faroe Islands are in the midst of the North Atlantic, between Iceland, Scotland and Norway. The Faroe Islands is an archipelago of 18 islands. The town of Vágur is on the island of Suðuroy, the southernmost island of the Faroe Islands.