The community of the Faroe Islands is modern and highly developed with a standard of living that is comparable to other Scandinavian countries.
In 2007, the National Geographic Traveler and the National Geographic Center for Sustainable Destinations named the Faroe Islands the world’s most unspoiled island community and appealing destination to visit.
The Faroe Islands are not merely a delight to the traveller, but also offer a good quality of life to the people that inhabit the archipelago.
The richness of the Faroe Islands springs from a unique fusion of a stunning natural environment and a society that has evolved into a modern microstate with well-established political, legal, and social structures, while still preserving the social and cultural integrity of its people.
The Faroes offer a mutual mixture of modernity and tradition, of locality and an international outlook.
If you are new to the Faroes, you may find it useful to visit the website of the Faroese Immigration Office. We at the Company Advisory and Investment Centre gladly answer queries about life in the Faroe Islands.
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