The Faroe Islands are located between Scotland and Iceland in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean. Eighteen islands, about half of which are connected by tunnels. The islands are characterized by deep fjords and impressive mountain formations. There are more sheep than people on the Faroe Islands, so it’s not surprising that you often encounter them during a tour. In the meadows, on the verge but also in the middle of the roads. There is no shortage of breathtaking views on this archipelago. Mist-shrouded peaks, deep green valleys, waterfalls, authentic villages and immensely high cliffs. Worth to visit!