Which country do Faroe Islands belong to?
The Faroe Islands, also called Sheep Islands, are 18 islands of different sizes that form a group of islands in the North Atlantic between Iceland, Norway and Scotland.
With a total area of 1399 km2 and a 1289 km long coastline, the archipelago forms a triangle tapering to the south. The fact that the individual islands are divided by straits and fjords not only looks beautiful, but also has the advantage that every small place is a maximum of five kilometers from the sea. So wherever you are on the Faroe Islands, you don’t have it far to the water.
If you are looking for a hotel on the Faroe Islands, you can either look around in my hotel search or look for a unique accommodation on Airbnb. From a cozy log cabin to earth houses to accommodation right by the sea, the choice is very large and usually cheaper than, for example, on Iceland.
Are the Faroe Islands part of the UK?
Where is the Faroe Island located?
Is Faroe Island a rich country?