The Faroe Islands are an archipelago of eighteen islands located in the North Atlantic Ocean, between Iceland and Norway. The islands are an autonomous region of Denmark, and have their own government and parliament. The Faroese economy is based on fishing and fish processing, agriculture, and tourism.
The Faroe Islands are a popular tourist destination, with attractions including the Vestmanna Bird Cliffs, the villages of Gásadalur and Tórshavn, and the Faroese nature.
To call the Faroe Islands from the Maldives, you need to dial the international calling code for Denmark, +45, followed by the Faroe Islands area code, 298, and the telephone number.