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In the deep North Atlantic lie 18 beautiful islands just waiting to be discovered. The Faroes are synonymous with unspoiled beauty and untouched nature, new Nordic cuisine, preserved architecture, the world’s cleanest air and freshest water. An exciting and unique combination of nature and culture at their best.
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Accessible only via plane or ferry, the remote and otherworldly Faroe Islands comprise an archipelago of eighteen wild, green and steeply pitching isles buffeted by North Atlantic winds, making for days of unforgettable adventure and some fascinating insight into Denmark’s former colonial territories...
Way out in the cool North Atlantic Ocean, there’s a cluster of craggy islands inhabited primarily by sheep and puffins. The Faroe Islands are Scandinavia’s ultimate off-the-beaten-track destination. Here’s our guide to what to expect on your first trip to this remote archipelago.
Want to travel to the Faroe Islands but not quite sure where to start? From how much things cost and how to get around, to safety advice and the photography gear you need - here are our 22 essential Faroe Islands travel tips!
Megan Starr | There are many things you should know before you visit the Faroe Islands. After two trips to the Nordic islands, I understand and feel confident advising others on how to travel to the Faroe Islands successfully (and to take cute photos of sheep). This is a guide of things to know before you go to the Faroe Islands.
We flew into the Faroe Islands through puffy golden clouds, our cameras at the ready to capture the sheer cliff lines from above, only to find ourselves in a thick blanket of fog and, chances are, you will too. Once you’ve accepted that your feet may be a little soggy and the sun isn’t always around to warm your back, you can embrace the fact that you are in one of the most jaw-droppingly gorgeous places in the world, moody skies and all.
A guide to the Faroe Islands is always helpful, especially if it’s your first visit. Nestled in between the tip of Scotland and Iceland, this tiny island nation is one of Europe’s most picturesque countries to explore. The Faroe Islands may well look a million miles away, but it’s a lot closer (and more accessible) than you might think.
Do you like the landscape in Iceland, Norway or Ireland? Then you'll fall in love with the Faroe Islands! Though this beauty comes with a price tag a road trip to experience the best sights and things to do in the Faroe Island is totally worth it. With this article I tell you my top tips when traveling the Faroe Islands including a suggested itinerary for your trip.
The Faroe Islands, beautiful and isolated, where people are outnumbered by sheep and the weather changes everything around you in an instant. Where 15 degrees is hot and sunshine is a novelty. Where the edges are sheer and the lands are empty. There’s a magic to these overlooked islands that I’ve yet to experience anywhere else.
By Caitlin Morton | If you haven't already heard of the Faroe Islands, you will soon. Tucked between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean (and politically part of Denmark), this self-governed group of 18 volcanic islands is fast becoming a favorite Nordic destination.
Take a look at some of the best scenery via “The Golden Circle” route in the Faroe Islands. This famous route highlights some beautiful places such as Saksun, Tjørnuvík, Fossá and Slættaratindur – » More to see
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