The national hunting and eating of the pilot whales for many people may seem an oddity, but for Faroese this has been a long time tradition
The optical illusion makes it look like the lake is just hanging above the ocean. What could be a better setting for the largest lake of the Faroe Islands?
Summer brings new seafood flavours: langoustines, crabs and whales
Go see the most amazing birds in the world and surround yourself with the very distinct sounds of their songs
We advise to see them on Faroes in the gloomy winter days to omit touristic seasons and witness the best views
The New Year celebration in Vágur, a town on the island of Suðuroy, is one of the most stunning celebrations in the world. It involves throwing torches on the wooden boats, carrying flags, putting up the gates and singing
Olavsoka is a traditional festival that cherishes unity and connectedness of everyone living on the same ground: no matter who you are and where you are you can't miss the feeling of togetherness with this little nation!
Wooden boat racing competition—a little bit of sporting excitment
Too fat to fly, but tasty to fry
Since fishing industry on the Faroe Islands is its main business, it actually takes a whole weekend to show and tell about the seaman's life in Klaksvík
Welcome the arrival of the Oystercatcher and perhaps you will find your fortune! The welcoming festivities for the national bird symbol are far from ordinary and include the whole range of traditional activities that will not leave anyone indifferent
The Faroe Islands have their own underwater wonders. The plentitude of sea flora and fauna is an amazing sight, with the cleanest waters around