The climate here is not mild: in summer it is usually not warmer than +15 ° C, it rains about 280 days a year.
Therefore, there are few trees on the islands - solid rocks and moss, but there are a lot of picturesque carved fjords, bays, bays and mountains.
The Faroe Islands' own culture developed far from European civilization and therefore it is so unique.
It is a mixture of Danish and its own cultural heritage. For example, the Faroese round dances are a very special phenomenon.
Thousands years, the inhabitants of the Faroes have been whaling.
The tradition causes indignation among animal rights activists, but it is a part of the local culture as much as round dances.
Whale meat, a traditional dish, is neither exported nor sold: it is eaten by the miners themselves, like many years ago.