Home of the atlantic salmon
For thousands of years, the Atlantic salmon has migrated from the rivers flowing into the North Atlantic Ocean to the sea around the Faroe Islands to feed and grow. Therefore, the salmon has adapted to the conditions of these waters, making the Faroe Islands the optimal place for raising the Atlantic salmon. This is why the sea around the Faroe Islands is the home of the Atlantic salmon.
This pristine environment is characterized by stable year-round sea temperatures between 6-11 C° and a specific regional daylight regime. The Atlantic salmon has sought out and adapted to this natural environment, which provides the best living conditions.