Unspoilt, unexplored, incredible: the Faroe Islands are a destination to be discovered.
An archipelago formed by 18 islands, immersed in the North Atlantic Ocean, and Danish autonomous territory located further north. The Faroe Islands, with its 50,000 inhabitants, is an extraordinary naturalistic paradise that reveals breathtaking landscapes, picturesque fishing villages, countless species of birds and flocks of sheep.
A trip to the Faroe Islands is a journey through time, a return to the wilderness to discover the traditions and origins of Denmark.
During our trip we had the chance to discover the local cuisine thanks to Slow Food Faroyar, a cuisine rich in products and customs that intrigued us. Thanks to local hospitality we were able to taste every type of typical dish.