Little known in Europe, the Faroe Islands are just a real gem … At the same distance from Scotland, Norway and Iceland, this Danish autonomous territory is made up of 18 islands inhabited by 50,000 inhabitants. In not even 2 hours by plane from Paris, one finds a feeling of being at the end of the world on an inhospitable and wild land where nature still has its rights. The landscapes are breathtaking with picturesque fishing villages with grass roofs. There are countless species of birds and there are sheep everywhere. I have a crush on puffins. They can be easily seen in the Faroes on Mykines Island. The Faroes have kept their authenticity.