Spend a week in the Faroe Islands, a group of 18 islands located in the North Atlantic, between Norway and Iceland. Welcome to one of the last natural paradises, where you will discover fantastic landscapes emerged from millennia, intact fauna and flora.
At the edge of the fjords, the small fishing villages nestle at the bottom of impressive cliffs, where snow can make its appearance at the slightest whim of the weather. Do not hesitate !
Language: Faeroese and Danish
Currency: Danish Krone and Faeroese Knrone
Time difference: an hour ahead of France
Climate: Maritime Subarctic. The summers are fresh (average temperatures: 9.5 to 11 ° C) and the winters are mild (average temperatures: 3 to 4 ° C); fogs are frequent and the winds can be strong (average wind speed is 16 km / h at 22 km / h).
Intact, unexplored, incredible: the Faroe Islands are a destination to discover. The Faroe Islands, with its 50,000 inhabitants, is an extraordinary natural paradise that reveals breathtaking landscapes, picturesque fishing villages, innumerable bird species and flocks of sheep. 2015 was an important year for the Faroe Islands: millions of readers of the National Geographic Traveler and subscribers on social networks voted the Islands as the best tourist destination, awarding it the "Readers’ Choice 2015".
Further information: http://visitfaroeislands.com/
Scheduled flights to Faroe Islands from december 2018
Scheduled flights from Faroe Islands from december 2018