Føroya fyrsti 50 m. hylur

Í Páls Høll er Føroya fyrsti 50 m. hylur. Hylurin er 50 m. langur og 16 m. breiður, sum eru býttar í 6 geilar. Les meira »

EIn uppliving fyri børn og barnsligar sálir

Í Páls Høll er ein stórur forhindringsbani, sum m.a. eisini er kendur frá Wipe-out sjónvarpsrøðini. Hetta er ein stuttliga avbjóðing fyri børn og barnsligar sálir. Les meira »

Heitur barnahylur við brúsandi soppi

Umstøðurnar til børn og barnafamiljur eru framúr góðar. Roynið heita barnahylin, sum hevur ein brúsandi sopp. Les meira »

Njót løtuna í hugnaligum umhvørvi

Er tú til morgunsvimjing, so er hetta eisini eitt tilboð í Páls Høll. Les meira »

Forkela teg í vælverudeplinum

Ynskir tú at forkela teg eitt sindur eyka, so ber til at fáa massagu, andlitsmassagu, hotstone-viðgerð og mangt annað í vælverudeplinum. Les meira »

 

Opið á Ólavsøku

Opið á Ólavsøku.
Fríggjadagin 28.juli er opið sum vanligt.
Leygardagin 29.juli er opið kl 10.00 – 14.15

NMU 2017 Vágur Live Stream and Live Timing

Link to live stream

https://www.youtube.com/user/raclip

Link to live timing

http://livetiming.dk/?cid=3404

London Olympic gold medalist training in Páls Høll

Rūta Meilutytė – the Lithuanian gold winner in 50 m. breast stroke at the London Olympics, and the world record holder in 50 m. breast stroke, and 100 m. breast stroke on short and long course, is in Páls Høll, Vágur, preparring for the World Championsship in July.

Nordic Age Group Championships 2017 in Vágur in July

In July Páls Høll will facilitate the Nordic Age Group Championships 2017.

Pál on Olympic training camp in Páls Høll

As part of his preparation to the Rio Olympics 2016, Pál Joensen has during the last week been on a training camp in Páls Høll

National Championships 11. – 13. March

On the 11th of March the first ever Faroese National Championships in a 50 m. pool will be held in Páls Høll.

Opening hours

Páls Høll is open each day of the week, except for Tuesday. The opening hours are below.

Pál Joensen dived into the new pool as the first

Approximately 500 people attende to the opening of Páls Høll. And of course Pál Joensen was the first to dive into the pool as the first swimmer.