Awhile back I posted a story about the insanely treacherous Yungas road in Bolivia. Here’s another adventurous drive, albeit not near as scary or dangerous: The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway.
The Atlanterhavsveien, as it is known locally, is an 8-kilometer section of County Road 64 that cuts through a few archipelagos on its way to the mainland. It is preserved as a cultural heritage site and is designated as one of 18 National Tourist Routes. Not a road to drive if you’re sleepy or a little tipsy.