Múli is a hamlet on the Island of Borðoy in the Norðoyar Region of the Faroes. Múli lies on the outermost northern edge of Borðoy’s east coast. The origins of the settlement can be traced back to the 14th century. Múli became the last community in the archipelago to receive electricity in 1970. The mountains around Múli are spectacular and do not offer any easy climbing. They are also the last stronghold of a contiguous population of Arctic Willow in the Faroe Islands.