With their beautiful scenery, Faroe Islands are perfect for hiking. The hiking trails follow the paths across green grasslands with grazing sheep and run parallel to the rough coast. The island’s cliffs, steep mountains and green meadows make it the perfect destination for walking holidays.
In addition to hiking, it is possible to visit and explore the cozy settlements. Faroe Islands also offer a rich bird life, and the bird island of Mykines is worth a visit - you may even experience puffins there.
Faroe Islands consist of 18 islands. They're is located in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean, and their capital is Tórshavn. The weather in the Faroe Islands is very changeable, and in a short period you might experience the sun, rain and fog. Therefore, you should be prepared for any type of weather in order to enjoy the peace and breathe in the fresh Faroese air.
The Faroe Islands are a unique destination for nature lovers with a penchant for hiking in picturesque and unspoiled nature.