Located in the Lozère department in southern France, Les Détroits is a thrilling experience. The road still remains an adrenaline-pumping journey and is definitely not for the faint of lungs, heart, or legs. It’s one of the famous French balcony roads.
The road is called D907BIS. It’s 11.3 km long and links the villages of La Malène and Les Vignes. In France there are a few balcony roads, which are hair-raising lanes cut into the sides of sheer cliffs. The most challenging part of the road runs along the Tarn river. It’s certainly breathtaking and it has a fearsome reputation. Maximum height is limited to 3.8m.
This road is one of the most famous balcony roads in the country. A balcony road is a hair-raising lane cut into the sides of sheer cliffs. It’s a kind of road not for those who fear heights. There is little room for error on these roads. When you take this road as picturesque as it is narrow, with its many suprising meanders, drive carefully, and above all don't miss the parking spaces that have been provided.