Explore The Faroe Islands on your own
Faroese infrastructure is very well developed, and a car will bring you to nearly all areas of the country. See where you can drive on the map of the Faroe Islands. By car you can get around in your own pace, which is a great advantage as the weather can be radically different from one place in the country to another.
The Faroes are an experience in themselves. The islands are home to unique natural environments, a rich history and a rich cultural life. The ever changing weather conditions with rain, mist, warmth and sunshine make for breathtaking natural sceneries, and the encounter with the hospitable locals is an essential part of the experience. There are birds and sheep, unspoiled nature and remote villages. There is tranquility, only interrupted by surging waterfalls and deafening surfs.
The Faroe Islands are very much about unspoiled nature, but it is also many other things. On the Faroe Islands, you will find the smallest and coziest capital in the world. The hotels are good and so are the culinary and cultural offers. Taking walks in the evocative and historic old part of town is an experience of which you cannot get enough.