D84 is an absolute must for road lovers

D84 is the name of a very exciting drive on the island of Corsica, in France. It climbs up to Col de Vergio, Corsica's highest road pass.

The road is 78.2 km (49 miles) long and links the villages of Porto and Francardo. The road goes through the Gorge de Spelunca, Forêt d’Aitone and Bocca à Verghju, also known as Col de Vergio, Corsica's highest road pass at 1.478m (4,849ft) above the sea level.
D84 climbs one of Corsica's most stunning mountains. It’s very dangerous because some animals often live in freedom. Close encounters with wild pigs can be guaranteed on this pass. On the RD84 through the forest Aïtone, you could imagine in India. Except as sacred cows crossing the road and rest on its side aisle, are added goats and pigs or the famous that make the reputation of local charcuterie.

This road is very exciting and sometimes very exposed and unsecured driveway in innumerable twists and turns. If an animal is immobilized on the floor, never assume that it will leave the way clear: brake. This assumes, of course, having previously taken a reasonable speed. Stay constantly vigilant and monitor specifically the possible presence of animals on the side of the road. In this case, slow down and pass carefully as they may decide to cross at any time. If an animal suddenly appears in front of you, do not steer sharply: you may lose control of your vehicle or facing drivers traveling in the opposite direction.


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