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Optical illusions and epic views

Denmark certainly has its fair share of breathtaking scenic spots. One of the best-kept secret spots are the Føroyar -Faroe Islands. Rugged and remote. The Faroe Islands are an archipelago of eighteen islands that were shaped by volcanic activity and the glaciers of the ice age.

For those who enjoy melancholic landscapes, travelling to the Faroe Islands in October will give you a true sense of connection to earth. The feeling of serenity you get from just being in these remote islands and the pure un-interrupted silence is astonishing. Sailing is a fantastic way to explore these surreal landscapes.

 In October, the islands are still pretty much snow-free so this is the perfect time travelling around the country without worrying about roads covered in snow or icy mountain trails. At this time of the year you will enjoy nature with ever-changing clouds and sunlight as a spectacular backdrop wherever you are. Ready to behold these stunning landscapes?

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