It seems too bizarre to be anything other than a screenshot from your favorite borked mapping app. But this is a real road in Norway, called the Atlantic Ocean Road. It's five miles of sheer insanity and wave-soaked driving.

According to Atlas Obscura:

The curvy road dips and arches over the brutal waves of the Norwegian Sea that often crash over the pavement during storms, and was subjected to 12 hurricanes during construction. A 5.2 mile segment of County Road 64 in Norway, it consists of several causeways, seven bridges, and four viewpoints to take in the scenic views . . .

Driving along the Atlantic Road is like teetering on the edge on the sea. The road's rollar coaster feel, curvy bridges and phenomenal views have made it a favorite of road trippers and motorcyclists.

Learn more on Atlas Obscura.

Top photo by Ivan Tsvetkov via Shutterstock. Bottom by Asbjørn Floden.