Local name: Kalaallit Nunaat

Only a part of the coast of Greenland in summer is free of ice, and it’s in this part of this large island that its less than 60.000 inhabitants live. The towns are remarkably colourful, resulting in beautiful scenes; such as bright blue icebergs that float past green and red houses.

Greenland is incredibly rugged, partly inaccessible and very impressive. Traveling across this island is an adventure with a capital A. The south is perfect for walking. The island is officially part of Danish territory, but it is autonomous.

More information: www.greenland.com