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The ideal place for a guest farm...


Ipiutaq guest farm is a sheep farm located in an area of stunning wilderness in South Greenland.

The renovation started in 2005 and since then, the family Devisme-Poulsen has been working to develop and improve the place.

To know more about access and infrastructure of Ipiutaq


One of the best places for Arctic char fishing in Greenland...


photo: Han Van Vierssen

Come for a unique Arctic char fishing adventure in the river Ilua.


photo: Antonio Anghileri

Agathe´s gravad Arctic char
Ask for our fact sheet about Arctic char fishing at Ipiutaq guest farm.


Press articles about Arctic char fishing


photo: Han Van Vierssen

About arctic char fishing at Ipiutaq guest farm, in Fiske Avisen 2011 (in Danish), in Nieuwsberichten 2011 (in Dutch), in Fly Fishing & Fly Tying 2012 (in English), on Islands Trout site (or download the article) 2014 (in English), and in FlyLife magazine Australia & New Zealand 2017 (in English).

photo: Antonio Anghileri

To know more about Arctic char fishing at Ipiutaq guest farm



Meals Activities


photo: Philippe Devisme

Warm and personal welcome...


From 2007 to 2019, Agathe and Kalista have been welcoming their guests in their home... Speaking several languages, they liked to tell them stories about Greenland and Ipiutaq guest farm adventure.

To know more about accomodation, meals and activities



Vacation package


It is possible to book for a few nights, boat transfers included. Come to relax and enjoy gourmet food at the ends of the earth.

Contact us for further information and ask for our fact sheet in English or in French.

photo: Camilla Hey

French-Greenlandic gastronomy


The Ipiutaq´s cooking spirit: from local and traditional products to a French "savoir-faire".



The Ipiutaq stone soup


In 2011, one of Agathe´s childhood dreams came true: the Ipiutaq stone soup... la soupe aux cailloux d´Ipiutaq, Ipiutaq skærve bouillon...



Cooking: the meeting of cultures in Greenland


Read more about the origins of Agathe´s cooking... in English, in French or in Danish.



To know more about Agathe´s gourmet menus and recipes


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Website under



Due to the sale of the company,

this website is under transformation.


The farm Ipiutaq

is sold


On the 9th of December 2019, Agathe Devisme and Kalista Poulsen sold their farm and sheep.


In 2020, all tourist activities are closed down or will be taken over by a new owner.


The guesthouse

is still for sale

The guesthouse and all tourist activities are for sale.


New sale announcement

Contact us for further information.


Press article about the sale.


Happy New Year !


2020: On the way to another world...



After more than 10 years of amazing life and work at Ipiutaq, Ina, Agathe and Kalista left the place with the project to settle on another island: Bornholm in the Baltic Sea.


"Ipiutaq", a short film



"Ipiutaq" with Ralph Grizzle, by Wonderful Copenhagen. You can watch the video here


First fishing concession in Greenland


photo: Bob Willis

Since june 2013, the clear flowing river Ilua located in the valley behind the farm well known for arctic char fishing, is under a concession from the Government of Greenland.

To know more about news,  Ipiutaq in the press and our partners

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