Awe-inspiring nature meets music festival vibes
Hallo! Welcome to the Faroe Islands. This often-overlooked collection of 18 volcanic islands loom from the North Atlantic Ocean, between Iceland and Norway. The country is self governed, though politically allied with Denmark. The quiet archipelago features cliffs, waterfalls, brightly coloured houses dotting hillsides, wooden churches, and, frankly, an awful lot of sheep. There are also five music festivals on the islands yearly, which attract a hip, Scandinavian crowd. But the best thing about the Faroe Islands? Apart from by plugged in festival goers, the country is as yet relatively undiscovered, so you won’t see too many other tourists, even in the tiny, cosy capital city of Tórshavn. If you’re searching for stunning views and peace and quiet, VISIT THE FAROE ISLANDS!