Only about a dozen people live in Saksun, a picturesque and remote village set in a natural ciruclar Amphitheatre above a tidal lagoon. The highlight of the village is the church, built in 1858. Amazing photo spot! At low tide, it is possible to walk along the sandy shore of the lagoon.
The village also includes an active sheep farm, which is also a museum. During the summer months, make sure to visit either early in the morning or towards the evening to avoid the crowds.