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Europe's Best Kept Secret

Adrift in the whirling rhythmic North Atlantic Sea, a different world lingers. A place like no other on earth.

Faroe Islands in a Seashell

"The Faroe Islands? Yeah, they are close to Egypt, right?"
…not exactly.

The people of the Faroe Islands

Once you get past that initial first stage of shyness and reserve, Faroe Islanders are a very warm, generous, friendly and hospitable people.

History of the Faroe Islands

Archaeological excavations on the island of Sandoy bear proof that people lived in the Faroe Islands in year 300.

Faroese food

Fermented lamb, wind-dried fish and sheep’s head. Sound delicious? Most Faroe Islanders think so.

Faroese nature

The splendid nature of the Faroe Islands is unmissable – quite literally. Whether you sail between fjords or fly between mountains upon arrival, you will be keenly greeted by spectacular nature, regardless of season.

About the Faroe Islands