Tidnhólmur is a small island off Vágar Island on the south side of Sørvágsfjørð, easily visible and only a few hundred metres behind the only known rock in the area – Drangarnir. Its appearance is eye-catching, the back side rising abruptly from the sea to a height of 262 metres and from some angles looking like the back of a crocodile.

Legend has it that its last inhabitant, Rasmus, had his two-year-old offspring taken by an eagle, after which Rasmus and his family moved off the island. Since then, Tindhólmur has been uninhabited.

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