The self-governing Faroe Islands are a European destination and part of the Kingdom of Denmark. The archipelago comprises 18 rocky islands between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean. The islands are connected by undersea road tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges. Torshavn is the capital and main city. The mountains, valleys, steep coastal cliffs with an abundance of seabirds and grassy heath land attract nature lovers and those looking for unusual, out of the way destinations. While the local languages are Faroese and Danish, English is widely spoken. A Faroese visit can easily be combined with Iceland and Norway, Denmark.