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Stop the world, get off and spend a few days in these remote islands lying in the Atlantic halfway between Iceland and Norway. Unimaginable sights are in store for you. Vertiginous bird cliffs, waterfalls, islets, sea stacks with skirts of foaming water and beach lines stretching as far as the eye can see.
The Faroe Islands, an 18 island archipelago, has a population of 45,000 somewhat outnumbered by the millions of birds that make their home there, along with sea trout, salmon, coalfish, cod and giant halibut.