Faroe Islands, a different world lies astray on our planet, filled with green valleys, mammoth basalt cliffs, peaceful moorlands and waterfalls plummeting in the the North Atlantic ocean. A place like no other on earth. Faroe Island’s beauty is mysteriously tucked away like a figment of a child’s imagination.
Faroe Islands Geography
Faroe Islands, a country made of 18 volcanic islands dispersed across the deep north Atlantic ocean is home to mountains of myth, turf-roofed houses and grazing shaggy sheep. These islands make up the perfect playground for the dramatic scenes. They inexplicably unearth a soothing sound of stillness and a touch of rawness, only bettered by the taste of the freshest of air and the sight of sprawling landscapes in any direction. And the smell. That smell of unhurried childhood.
Faroe Islands Weather
Fickle and highly volatile weather only adds to the charm.hold your hands out You might just feel the sun shining on palm and snow falling on the other. Either way, the magnitude of activities and natural beauty across the destination downplays the importance of weather. There is always something to experience.
Things to do in Faroe Islands
The islands are also an adrenaline junkie’s dream, with no shortage of fast-paced activities on land and sea with hikes to dramatic mountains and waterfalls being a major highlight.
All of this and more creates a unique and inimitable destination at the edge of the world. A place truly unspoiled, unexplored and unbelievable.
The Faroe Islands are NOT part of the Schengen Area. Consequently, people cannot enter the Faroe Islands based on their Schengen visas or Danish visa. When a visa is applied for at the Danish Embassy, it must be specifically for the Faroe Islands.