One of the happiest nations in the world lives on the Faroe Islands. Officially part of the Kingdom of Denmark, this archipelago located in the North Atlantic is an autonomous unit and a world for itself. Isolation from the continental part of Europe has resulted in some old traditions being preserved here. Known for fishing and sheep farming, steep shores, high mountains, and fjords, these islands are also known for their cold climate, especially in winter. However, the specific landscape, culture, cuisine, and persistence in survival are worth experiencing.