I wouldn't suggest this road if you want to enjoy driving. It's a really tiny one lane road, with bad surface and some blind corners. On the other hand the environment is really spectacular and there is absolutely no traffic at all. It's a road to enjoy the Scottish nature.
A nice scenery route from Alness village to Bonar bridge. The views are spectacular especially over the Dornoch Firth.
A more scenic alternative to the A82, this route runs parallel on the otherside of the heavily touristic Loch Ness. Extra vigilence is required when cornering on some of the single track sections.
Take the S 65 From Bologna south. This is, I believe, one of Ducati's test routes and if you ride it you'll understand why their bikes handle so well. There are plenty of interesting side roads to investigate as well.
A really nice section through the national park and a beautiful part of the world.
This is the only good road that I rode in Moldova. The tarmac is in great condition, there is no traffic at all and the scenery is pleasant. Wish it had more corners…..
Nice open road with some traffic and good corners to keep your interest up. It runs through a scenery forest and has some nice views over the city of Varna.
A nice route, with mostly good tarmac and some nice corners to play with. The traffic is low and the scenery is mostly pleasant.
I have done only the southern half part of this route and it’s really great. Nice corners and spectacular views. I assume that the northern part is the same cause is marked as a scenic route in my Michelin map.
It’s a scenery only road, passing beside lake Rosu (Red lake) and the spectacular Bicaz gorges. The road condition is awful with lots of potholes and huge traffic.
This is a perfect route on Carpathian Mountains with spectacular scenery, perfect tarmac and great corners. The traffic is high cause is the main road the connects Bucharest with the northern Romania.
A nice rural road, with great scenery and some nice corners. The traffic is normal but there are lots cow and horse wagons in the road, so be careful!
Great route over Carpathians Mountains with super scenery, fresh tarmac but with lots of traffic :( Caution the road surface was slippery in some parts when it’s raining.
This route starts from the impressive Niedzica Castle at Poland and continues in Slovakia just beside the beautiful Pieninsky National Park. The scenery is fantastic and the road has some nice corners with no traffic at all.
A great route passing through Nizke Tatry National Park and just beside Donovaly Ski Resort, with pleasant scenery, nice corners and good tarmac. Unfortunately when I did it, it was raining and I couldn’t enjoy it. That’s also the reason that I have no photos to submit…
The Transfăgărăşan (trans (over, across) + Făgăraş) or DN7C is the highest (~2200m) and most dramatic paved road in Romania. Built as a strategic military route by Nicolae Ceauşescu, the 110 km of twists and turns run North to South across the tallest sections of the Carpathian Mountains, between the highest peak in the country, Moldoveanu, and the second highest, Negoiu. The road connects the historic regions of Transylvania and Wallachia, and the cities of Sibiu and Piteşti.
A bumpy mountainous road leads from the village Pompia to village Kaloi Limenes. Most of the road is mountainous with good road surface and some nice corners. A beautiful beach waits you once you reach near village Kaloi Limenes.
The route starts near Observatory, just before the road bar. At the beginning the road is paved but soon you will be on a trail that runs though Rouvas forest and goes down to village Ghergheri. Just a few kms before Ghergeri village the road is paved again. Above Ghergeri you can enjoy the great view to Zaros lake. In winter the road is not so good. It's full of rocks from the mountain above and full of small channels caused by the heavy rain.
A nice bumpy mountainous road leads from the village Loukia to village Kapetaniana. Good road surface and lots hairpins, plus great view to Mesara plateau and to sea of Liviko. Kapetaniana village it's an old restored village restored with spectacular view to Liviko sea.
Continuous unpaved hairpins leading from the beautiful Kapetaniana village down to a small village called Aghios Ioannis. Just before the village don't miss to visit the beautiful beach of Elygia. A unique scenery with the church of Aghios Ioannis â€œhangingâ€ on the rocks above the sea.
A good unpaved road leads from Kaloi Limenes village to Moni (Monastery) Odigitrias. It's an easy unpaved road, any bike can pass through. Half way through, you will meet the road that leads to Aghiofarago (check Aghiofarago route.
A nice bumpy road leads from the Village Charakas to village Paraninimfi. Good road surface and some nice corners, plus great view to Mesara plateau and to sea of Liviko. Near Paranimfi village you can visit Ampas Waterfall (There are signs that lead you there). It's the biggest waterfall in Crete (140m) but it has water only in winter time after heavy rains.
A small moderate unpaved road that leads to the entrance of Aghiofarago gorge. Aghiofarago is one of the most impressive and easy to cross gorges in Crete. A 20 min walk will lead you to a beautiful beach.
Note that if you run in a closed fence door, just open it to pass and then close it again.
Near Amygdalokefali village follow the road to Livadia village. A nice road that climbs down the mountain with continues hairpins and great sea view. From Livadia a new paved road (9/2008) follows the coastline, passing from lots of really small and quiet sandy beaches and from an old gypsum pit just before you cross the main road to Chrisoskalitisa.
A road that pass from 3 countries, so keep your passports in your tank bag ;) A really spectacular route with no traffic at all, great corners and great great great viewsâ€¦