Passage De Gois – France
This 3 mile stretch of road links the French mainland with the island of Noirmoutier, on France’s Atlantic coast. At the right time of day this road may not look bad to drive on, but if you wait around a few hours you will notice that the ride comes and floods the entire road! Twice a day the Passage De Gois will flood with water making it very inconvenient and dangerous. Even when the road is not flooded it tends to be covered in seaweed so if you dare to take a drive on this road you better feel lucky!
Patiopoulo-Perdikaki Road – Greece
Over the 15 mile length of this Greek road, the elevation changes almost 1,640ft! Although that may not sound too bad to some people, the potholes and tight twists probably will. Large trucks,pedestrians, livestock and many other things can be found along the winding road. There are no guardrails on the Patiopoulo-Perdikaki road and it is known to have had several casualties making it one of the most dangerous roads in the world.
Luxor Al Hurghada Road – Egypt
The stretch of the road between the ancient city of Luxor and the Red Sea is one that many people will warn you to stay away from. The road goes through som remote areas where a breakdown can mean trouble depending on what time of day it is. The area is known to be patrolled by bands of criminals and terrorists who generally strike at night. The road is also very dark at night and prone to collisions. If you are going to take a drive on the Luxor Al Hurghada Road you better not go at night!