Drifting on the foaming Atlantic between Scotland and Iceland are the too often forgotten Faroe Islands.
Comprising 18 different islands, the Faroes are home to some of the most jaw-dropping scenery you'll see anywhere. The Torshavin old town and it's black-tarred wooden houses, complete with grass roofs, need to be visited, while a boat trip to the awe-inspiring Vestmanna Bird Cliffs is an absolute must.
Those who love walking and climbing won't want to miss the Slættaratindur, which translates as 'flat summit'. This is the highest mountain in the Faroe Islands and on a clear day all 18 of the islands can be seen from the top. It really will take your breath away.
Discover unspoiled nature, wild landscapes and charming multi-coloured villages within one of Europe’s best-kept secrets.