Do you wanna go to France but don't want to see the Eiffel Tower and Louvre? Passage du Gois should be your next destination!
The Passage du Gois is one of the most unique and risky roads in the world.
This road connects Noirmoutier island and the mainland of Beauvoir-ser-Mer.
What makes it more unique is it disappears two times every day because of the high tide.
This 4,150-meter long causeway gets eated by the ocean under 13 feet a day. The remaining time that it surfaces is the only advisable time that people and vehicles can go to it which is only for a few hours per day.
Still, rescue piles and towers are easily accessible for people and vehicles in the area if they get stuck in the middle of the road.
According to their website, the causeway also attracts a lot of people who are looking for edible shells.
“With low tide you will see the French on the sea banks with their head to the ground in search of edible sea shells, which they will be eating at lunch with a delicious glass of the local wine.”
So ditch the usual Eiffel Tower and experience this unique road!
Visit and follow our website: Trending News Portal
© Trending News Portal