• Coolcation

    Looking for a summer destination with an average of 13-15°C (55-16F°) degrees? 
    The Faroe Islands is a great spot for a coolcation during the soaring mainland heat. It's like nature's air conditioning with mild temperatures year-round, a dash of rain, voluminous waves and invigorating breezes.

  • Scenic trails for hikers

    One of the many special features of the Faroe Islands is that you don’t have to go far to experience magnificent nature, with dramatic cliffs,  rolling green hills, and hidden waterfalls close by, every trail offers stunning scenery and a sense of solitude. Look around you. Take a few steps. Take a deep breath and listen. It’s all right there! 

  • Getting here

    We are located only 2-3 hours flight time from mainland Europe and have direct flights from various destinations depending on the season. 

  • Safe travel

    Although the Faroe Islands are one of the safest countries in the world, travelling in the Faroe Islands might be different to what you are used to. It is important you are well aware of things like weather extremes, narrow, windy roads and different road rules before you begin your journey. 

  • Getting here by sea

    Start your journey on board the ferry, M/S Norröna – you’ll feel you’re on holiday as soon as you have the water beneath you. Direct link from Iceland and Denmark to the Faroe Islands

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“Everything about the Faroe Islands is extreme and slightly bonkers”

 Jo Ellison, Finanical Times, 2022


Faroese sheep on a grass roofed house in the Faroe Islands
I don't know how many pictures I took of the hike to Drangarnir, but it was a crazy amount! At the beginning our guide was pretty happy and expected the hike wouldn’t take that long, because we were walking really fast. But then everything there was so amazing and I was falling in love with the nature! In my opinion we didn't spend that much time, but we photographed nearly everything there! Picture: @giuliogroebert
Man in red jacket wearing backpack watching birds and a sunset in the Faroe Islands
Helicopter areal view of the village of Elduvik, Faroe Islands
The Faroe Islands are like heaven! Every couple of kilometers you will see some houses with grass roofs, or other amazing cabins.
Children in yellow overalls playing on the sand beach of Tjornuvik, Tjørnuvík, Faroe Islands
Car driving on picturesque curvy roads of the Faroe Islands
Ready for takeoff! How many of you saw a puffin this summer? | Photo by @zobolondon
Hey everyone, @el.picko here again. If you’re lucky you may come across a highland cow in the Faroe Islands. They are unmistakably photogenic and generally very friendly. This young highland was definitely not shy and knew exactly what to do in front of the camera.