Four days on the Faroe Islands with my sister. The most dramatic place I have ever visited. The Faroe island consists of 18 volcanic islands in the North Atlantic, between Island and Norway. The weather is changing very fast. Fog, rain and sunshine. Green islands with many sheep grazing. The largest islands are accessible by car. To the smaller and more remote islands you need to take a ferry or book a helicopter which is affordable.The town of Sørvagur.Charming village of Bøur.The village of Gasadalur. It is actually a mountain behind the village. We did not see it because of the thick fog. Saksun on Streymoy. We stayed at Hotel Vagar close to the airport on Vagar. Good location for our tour to Mykines and for exploring Vagar and Streymoy.Boat trip to dramatic and beautiful Mykines. A windy and foggy ride. Mykines is known for a rich birdlife. We saw many adorable Puffins and Gannets among other seabirds. Due to difficult weather situations the island is unreachable some days.Harald, our wonderful guide! He had many storys to tell about the island. By the end of the day it started to clear so we could actually see some of the breathtaking views. A foggy hike to Midvagur Bøsdalafossur. We were lucky that the fog cleared for a little while so we could enjoy the view. The roads of Faroe Islands. Here driving on Eysturoy.We stayed only one night in the capital, Torshavn. We had the best dinner of our trip at the fish restaurant, Barbara. Delicious and so charming!! There are a lot of great restaurants in Torshavn. Too bad we didn’t have enough time to visit a couple more. Next time..?!Lots of nature to explore on the Faroe Islands. We loved it!