Lítla Dímun

Lítla Dímun is the smallest and most isolated of the 18 Faroe Islands. It’s a steep, rugged place, with just a few sheep and a lighthouse keeper to call its inhabitants. The only way to get there is by hiking, boat or helicopter, and the journey is well worth it for the stunning views of the surrounding cliffs and the Atlantic Ocean. The lighthouse, built in 1878, is the oldest in the Faroes and still in use. If you’re lucky, you might spot some of the island’s resident puffins.

Average temperatures during the day in Lítla Dímun.

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