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Sandoy is flatter and more agricultural than most of the Faroe Islands but it has a coastline as beautiful as any. From the south there are great views of the barely inhabited islands of Stora Dimun and Litla Dimun, with Suðuroy in the background.
From the Streymoy ferry Hestur and shapely Koltur can be seen clearly with Vágar.
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Sandoy isn't the first place that comes to mind for its nice weather. Actually, you should consider yourself very lucky if you don't have any rain, even if you just visit for a few days. Even the somewhat drier months of June to August still have 20 to 22 rainy days a month! From October to March it rains on all but a few days a month. Temperatures are never hot but it rarely gets really cold as well. Winter (December to March) night time temperatures average around 2 degrees Celcius while average summer (July-August) temperatures hoover around a chilly 12 degrees.
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