Unfathomable beauty, mysteriously tucked away like a figment of a child’s imagination.
Even though the Faroe Islands are remotely located, reaching the islands is much easier and quicker than you might think.
It is of utmost importance that the birdlife and nature on Mykines island are preserved and protected. As such, new regulations have been implemented.
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Go off the beaten path and explore magnificent and untouched nature.
Fishing is what we do best – come and join us!
Enjoy a comfortable and relaxing trip at sea with Smyril Line's ferry, Norrøna, from Denmark or Iceland.
Since opening its doors in 2011, restaurant KOKS has won the hearts of food lovers in the Faroe Islands and beyond. Now six years on, it has won the ultimate foodie accolade – its first Michelin star.
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the Faroe Islands have to offer
The Faroe Islands might be small, but nature works on a grand scale here. One of the best ways to explore the islands’ jaw dropping beauty is to tread their mountains and valleys.
Experience a buzzing music scene in unparalleled environments
Fermented lamb, wind-dried fish and sheep’s head. Delicious!
Most islands are connected by an excellent infrastructure of roads, bridges and subsea tunnels, making it effortless to explore the Faroe Islands’ beautiful landscapes on four wheels.
It is of utmost importance that the birdlife and nature on the island are preserved and protected. As such, new regulations have been implemented.
Do I need a visa to enter the Faroe Islands? What sort of clothes should I pack? Am I expected to tip? Don’t worry, we know the answers.
Readings, music excerpts and soundscape of William Heinesen’s work can be experienced at the newly-opened Katrina Christiansen
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View film about life on the country's smallest inhabited island.
Marathons, festivals and much more. Check out our event calendar.
Enjoy a delicious, organic Faroese supper club meal with friends and other guests in the home of farmers, Anna and Óli.
Safety first! Please read our hiking guide before going hiking in the Faroe Islands.
Dine in the homes of locals.
Did you know that there are more sheep than people in the Faroe Islands? Or that a Faroe Islander has won the Nobel Prize? Or that you can find the Prime Minister’s phone number in the phonebook?
Before you arrive, make sure you have the necessary permission to enter the country.
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