Where are the Faroe Islands? The Faroe Islands, also called the Sheep Islands, are 18 islands of different sizes that form an archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean between Iceland, Norway and Scotland.
The Faroe Islands belong to Denmark, so you don't need a passport to enter, even if the islands are not an EU member. The Faroese crown is the currency of the islands. The total area is 1,399 km2 and the coastline is 1,289 kilometers long.
The fact that individual islands are separated by straits and fjords not only looks beautiful, but also brings the advantage that each such small place is located at most five kilometers from the sea. So, wherever you are in the Faroe Islands, it will not be difficult to get to the water.