Faroe Islands (Klaksvik), Denmark

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Encounter rough-hewn coastlines, towering sea cliffs, emerald-green valleys, and quaint grass-roofed villages in a rugged environment thoroughly ruled by Mother Nature. The air is some of the cleanest in the world and the abundant sea birds chatter from every cliff and cove. Harbors bustle with bobbing fishing boats and village streets hum with the activities of the red-haired, freckle-faced Faroese people. Set in the North Atlantic between Scotland and Iceland, these romantic isles form a mountainous archipelago that is nothing short of enchanting. With the epic tales of ancient Viking legends, the magic is complete.

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  • Kunoy Kunoy

    This quaint village nestles in a tranquil valley overlooking the roiling surf of the North Atlantic. See charming grass-roofed houses, an early 19th century church, and bobbing fishing boats.

  • Norddepli Norddepli

    A scenic drive takes you through two narrow tunnels to Norddepli. The village was founded in 1866 by Sivar Sivertsen after which shops, a school and a whaling station were added to the lovely setting.

  • Blasastova Museum Blasastova Museum

    Visit this open-air museum and see the timeless cottages and ancient church that make up an authentic Faroese village community. It provides a unique look into life in the Faroes in past centuries.

  • Trndur farm Trndur farm

    The ancestral home of Trondur, a 10th century Viking who was a significant figure in Faroese history and Viking sagas, is found in the town of Gota. It is a central feature within the Blasastova Museum.

  • Fuglafjord Fuglafjord

    Fuglafjrur, or "fjord of birds," is a fishing village on Eysturoy Island's east coast. Nestled between steep hills and a lovely bay, the town enjoys a bustling harbor and a rejuvenating hot spring.

  • Vestmanna Seacliffs Vestmanna Seacliffs

    The Vestmanna Seacliffs are the most visited attraction on the Faroe Islands. Bird-watchers on day-boat tours experience sea bird colonies along massive cliffs carved with mysterious grottoes.

  • Christianskirkjan Church Christianskirkjan Church

    Unique details create drama in this 1960's church by architect, Peter Koch. See the Viking-style row boat hanging from the ceiling and the 4,000-year-old heathen sacrificial bowl from Denmark.


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