About Faroe Islands
Faroe Islands, literally Sheep Islands, are an island group situated approximately halfway between Norway and Iceland and are known for its towering cliffs, mountainous terrain, unspoiled landscapes, fjord side villages and the many species of birds living on the islands. High season runs from June till August.
Where To Go
The Faroe Islands its most popular cities to visit are: Torshavn, Eidi, Saksun, Klaksvik, Vestmanna, Nolsoy, Kirkjubour, Sandur, Gota, Gasagalur, Mykines, Gjogv, Skopun, Vagur, Gasadalur, Sorvagur, Vagar, Kalsoy, Hvalvik, Famjin, Bøur, Viðareiði, Tvoroyri, Hosvik, Eiði, Gamlaraett, Tjørnuvik and Elduvik.
Things To Do
The most popular things to do on the Faroe Islands are: visit the Nordic House, Vestmanna Bird Cliffs, the National Museum, the Magnus Cathedral in Kirkjubøur, village of Gjógv, Eiði to see Risin and Kellingin and Torshavn’s harbor.