Faroe Islands Overview
Remote, rugged, unspoilt – three words that sum up the Faroe Islands.
These islands are a paradise on earth for fell-walkers, ornithologists and lovers of all things natural. Home to around 300 bird species (including puffins), seals and a generous helping of sheep, this cruise holiday location takes you back to nature.
The Norse god of Thunder lends his name to the islands’ capital, Tórshavn, which is one of the world’s smallest and oldest. With a splattering of shops, museums and restaurants, it’s the perfect place to sample the local seafood.
The islands are dotted with multi-coloured cottages, glass-roofed wooden churches and surrounded by dramatic fjords, making a cruise to the Faroe Islands like stepping back to Viking times. But modern technology has managed to permeate this forgotten land, as your mobile phone is unlikely to lose its signal.
There aren’t many places left that have been completely untouched by tourism, but the Faroe Islands are one of them. Although you’re unlikely to meet a Viking in the street, a cruise holiday to the Faroe Islands will take you to a genuinely unspoilt country that feels lost in time.
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