Faroe is located in the Gulf Stream of the North Atlantic Ocean between Norway and Iceland. Faroe has 18 small islands, that stretch up to 600-mile. Saksun is a small village near the northwest coast of Faroe island in the Kingdom of Denmark, with an unbelievable natural setting. It is located above a beautiful lagoon and surrounded by high mountains. The most notable feature of this beautiful village is the houses with thatched grass roofs. Normally Saksun receives about 300 days of rain a year; therefore the residents have thatched roofs to protect them from the rain and heat.