Long drives are a great way of clearing your mind at the end of a rough day. They are also the best way to spend a romantic evening with your loved one. But there are is one road which is so stunningly beautiful and yet shockingly dangerous that the very thought of driving on it will send a shiver down your spine. No, we are not talking about ghosts here. The very location and backdrop of this road is so scary that you will think twice before taking off for a drive. We are talking about the Atlantic Ocean road in Norway. Also Read - Yuzvendra Chahal's Latest TikTok Video Featuring Family During COVID-19 Lockdown is Hilarious | WATCH
Connecting the island of Averøy with the Romsdalshalvøya peninsula, the Atlantic road is an 8.3 km long road in the midwest region of the Norwegian coastline which is renowned for its spectacular beauty as well as challenging route. It passes by Hustadvika which is an un-sheltered part of the Norwegian Sea and also takes you through quite a few islands, causeways and bridges. Also Read - Gilead Sciences Ready With 1.5 mn Doses of Remdesivir For Clinical Trials
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As you drive on this road, you are constantly hit by gushing waves from the ocean causing you to keep your windshield wipers on at all times. Several parts of the route are so beautiful that people often stop by to click pictures. However, other parts are so scary that you would rather just get done with it than stop for a photograph. The 8 bridges you drive across on this route are known for their splendid views and amazing architecture.
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It is advised that this road be avoided during severe weather conditions. During regular days with a clear weather, it is perhaps the most scenic route you will ever drive on. But only if you are up for the challenge! Known as Atlanterhavsveien in Norwegian, The Atlantic road is a rare combination of lovely and haunting at the same time. Have a look: