The Faroe Islands

The Faroes poke sharply out of the Atlantic Ocean between Norway and Iceland. The landscape of these 18 remote islands is one of steep cliffs, narrow straits and natural harbours surrounded by small villages. Inhabited by less than 50,000 people and more than three million sea birds, the Faroe Islands are a nature lover’s dream.

The Faroese people are justly proud of having preserved their own culture, traditions and language rooted in the Old Norse.

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