Faroe Islands

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The Faroe Islands are a remote archipelago located in the North Atlantic Ocean, halfway between Iceland and Norway. The islands are rugged and volcanic, with towering peaks, dramatic cliffs and narrow valleys. The coastline is punctuated by dozens of sheltered bays and coves, making it a paradise for sailors and fishermen. The interior of the islands is largely barren, with only a few small villages and a few thousand people. But the Faroes are home to some of the world’s most unique wildlife, including puffins, whales and dolphins. The Faroese people are fiercely independent and proud of their unique culture and heritage. They are also some of the friendliest people you will ever meet, always happy to share a cup of coffee or a dram of whisky.

Average temperatures during the day in Faroe Islands.
July
13°
Aug
13°
Sep
11°
Oct
10°
Nov
7°
Dec
6°
Jan
5°
Feb
6°
Mar
6°
Apr
7°
May
9°
Jun
11°

What people say about Faroe Islands

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People
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Food
4
Spaces
4
Value
2
Safety
5
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