There's more Travel Pins to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
They used Pinterest to plan a dream trip
Join Pinterest to find all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
billion Pins
to explore
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • Beth Roy

    Faroe Islands. It's beautiful things like this that show God's amazing beauty. And it's such a shame that us humans are treating the Earth like crud. I want to live to see these things, and at this rate, we don't have much longer left before everything has gone to ruin... Let's save the Earth<3

  • Susan Day

    The Vestmanna Cliffs on the west coast of the island of Streymoy, Faroe Islands, Denmark are some of the highest bid cliffs in Europe. Our captain aimed the boat at this opening and proceeded to take us into the cove. It turned out to be a loop behind the massive pillar.

  • Jennifer Williams

    Vestmanna Cliffs, Faroe Islands, Denmark. The Islands are situated between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately halfway between Norway and Iceland.

  • Tessla Reilly

    Vestmanna Cliffs - Streymoy - Faroe Islands. Ok, I have to start traveling more

  • Roseanne Florentino

    Vestmanna Cliffs, Faroe Islands. It seems like Jurassic Park!

Related Pins

Faroe Islands - Now this is an adventure! www.visitfaroeisl... North of Scotland - east of Iceland

Faroe Islands - want to see these...put them on my bucket list.

Faroe Islands. A small bay allows boats to dock. These cliffs are home to a huge colony of atlantic puffins. --- Photo by Nicolas Metraux Stephanie Borcard.

Kirkjubøur - Faroe Islands / felix van de gein

There are lots of beautiful places in Europe. Travel Europe and visit Faroe Island, Denmark via #Denmark

The Resting Place. While the North Atlantic shows itself from a more foggy side and the craggy cliffs is a very real hazard to any vessel out there in the sea, there is a safe place to hide away until the weather clear out and the waters are once again reasonably safe to travel. This is the Faroe Islands. By Anders Sikvall

Olivier Staub - Rocky Mountains

Faroe Islands, between Norway and Iceland