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29 Reasons Why The Faroe Islands Should Be On Your Bucket List

…and book our tickets to the Faroe Islands! 29 Reasons Why The Faroe Islands Should Be On Your Bucket List

Miriam & Janus Photography Faroe Islands

Miriam & Janus Photography Faroe Islands

Hiking in the Faroe Islands (Hecktic Travels blog), includes a great pdf resource on many hikes

Adventure Begins in Kalsoy

Adventure Begins in Kalsoy - Hecktic Travels

The Faroe or Faeroe Islands (in Faroese Føroyar) are 18 islands in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of Scotland and halfway between Iceland and Norway. The Islands are a self-governing island territory of Denmark, although they politically aim for higher independence. The Islands have a population of nearly 50,000 (48.511 November 2010), and a language and culture of their own.

Faroe Islands About Faroe Islands The Faroe or Faeroe Islands (in Faroese Føroyar) are 18 islands in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of…

Saksun

Saksun by Høgni Wang Sigurðsson

Share a quiet evening with that special someone, watching the sun set over the island Koltur. #faroeislands #visitfaroeislands Photo by @zobolondon

Share a quiet evening with that special someone, watching the sun set over the island Koltur.

On the island of Vágar.

Anne Shirley, Faroe Islands

"We had plenty of time between ferries to get to the most northern tip. And with just one highway, there was no need for a map for our trip to the small island. Or so we thought." Click to read more about our trip to the Faroe Islands!

Adventure Begins in Kalsoy

Living on the edge:   Get close to the heart of what makes the Faroe Islands. Visit the outer isles.  One of these unique locations is the village of Kirkja here seen on this picture by Ingi Sørensen.  The little isolated village with a population of only 25 is located close to the edge of a cliff on the island of Fugloy. The name Fugloy means Bird Islands, and the great steep mountains raising up from the wild North Atlantic Ocean has a abundant bird life.

Visit Faroe Islands - The ultimate guide to the Faroe Islands

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