The following is a guest post by The Serenity Journal.
Halfway between Iceland and Scotland you'll find the Faroe Islands – 18 small, unspoiled islands populated by more sheep than people.
The Faroe Islands are a nature lover's paradise. Here you find amazing landscapes, incredible rock formations, rugged peaks, beautiful waterfalls, lush valleys and tiny villages with the most adorable turf houses.
Despite its lack of size, the Scandinavian archipelago has plenty of interesting sights. In this Faroe Islands travel guide I will guide you to the six places that made my jaw drop when I visited, and that I believe you absolutely need to see when travelling the small country.