The ultimate get-away-from-it-all destination.

Stóra Dímun is the Faroe Islands’ smallest inhabited island. Access to the treeless, two-and-a-half square kilometre island is exclusively by helicopter.

The islands’ population consists of two families. Farmers Eva úr Dímun (family named after the island) and Jógvan Jón, together with their two children, make up half the population. Eva úr Dímun’s family has farmed Stóra Dímun for eight generations.

Watch this beautiful short story about their lives on the peaceful island. Filmed by Fred Scott for Boat Magazine in 2016 and shot entirely on an iPhone.