Travel Faroe Islands Beautiful Natural Tourist Attractions

Location: In the heart of the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic Ocean Language: Faroese, Danish, English Best time to visit: May to September time zone: GMT hand drive: right side of the main attractions : Vestmannabjørgini, Ruth Smith Art Museum, Akraberg Faro, Eggjarnar, Broadway Bowling Centre, St. Olav Church world's most beautiful islands, the Faroe Islands are a group of 18 islands and several reefs, which together form an autonomous part of the Great Denmark . More or less in the shape of an arrowhead, these islands lie northwest of Scotland, halfway between Iceland and Norway in the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic. Hailed as the world community of the island more attractive by the National Geographic Center, the Faroe Islands are best known for beautiful virgin islands, nature conservation, historic architecture and local pride. The islands have magnificent bird cliffs, impressive waterfalls, cliffs high above the sea, water sports adventure, breathtaking scenic views and pristine beaches to keep queues to this isolated part of the world. The unforgettable fun-on-sea, amid the splendid nature of the North Atlantic, is sure to give vibrations of joy and excitement. So what are you waiting for? Just grab your backpack and head off directly to the tourist destination more desirable, Faroe Islands. Places to visit in the Faroe Islands One of the biggest tourist attractions and famous in the Faroe Islands, Vestmannabjørgini, located in northern Vestmannabjørgini Vestmanna, is a destination not to miss. The two-hour boat tour of the bird cliffs and grottoes fame will leave you fascinated, noting that Faeroe Islands nature is amazing and deeply rooted. Experience the narrow sounds, deep caves, more than 1500 feet tall cliffs and thousands of nesting seabirds. Venturing into the sea despite the fact that modern society in the Faroe Islands is constantly changing, the sea around the islands offers adventurers to explore a lot of fun. For all you sea lovers who want to rediscover the world of water, this is the best destination for fishing, sailing and boat. The cliffs of many bird species distributed in the islands give you the opportunity to breathe fresh air and the testimony of some unique concerts. For the more adventurous souls, the wild sea offers excellent diving and navigation options. Exit and choose their activities from a wide variety of experiences offered by the sea. Birders of Paradise "His travel itinerary to the Faroe Islands would be complete without the inclusion of a pair of binoculars and sunglasses. While you have put on your sunglasses in bright sunlight through the explosion, the binoculars will be helpful to enjoy spectacular views of the birds that fly through the cliffs. The islands are home to over 300 species of birds that lets you capture the bird paradise in one place. Gannets, petrels, kittiwakes, puffins, hummingbirds, everyone is sure to give some impressive moments to take home. Churches in the Faroe Islands right of old wooden parish churches to modern design, the Faroe Islands have enough for their Christian tourists. The small 12th century church parish of St. Olav is the oldest cathedral preserved in the islands. Located in Kirkjubøur, is part of Catholic Bishops. The large and majestic ruins of the 14th century Magnus Cathedral is another attractive monument will surprise you. As such, you will find many churches Streymoy Hvalvík in Funningur in Eysturoy in Suðuroythat Porkeri and gives you an idea of ​​the black wooden spiral like cathedrals. While the interiors reveals the furniture of wood, unpainted, singing the beautiful carvings of heavenly music will captivate you.

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Skansin in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands, June 25, 2004, by Erik Christensen, Wikipedia
Turf Roofs Everywhere in Torshaven, photo by Jon Fossa,
Tinganes in Torshavn, photo by Erik Christensen from
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