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12 of the best coastal roads to drive

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The E10 through the Lofoten Archipelago, Norway

Beautiful coastlines often go hand in hand with beautiful roads — and not all roads were created equal. Combine a passion for yachting and a passion for driving by visiting some of the best coastal roads to enjoy from behind the wheel.

1. E10, Lofoten Archipelago, Norway

The E10, sometimes known as King Olav V's road, connects the Lofoten Islands from west to east and the archipelago is a must-see for anyone exploring northern Norway

The E10 is approximately 850 kilometres long and starts in Å, Norway and finishes in Luleå, Sweden. The section that is the running thread through the Lofoten Archipelago weaves around the coastlines of most of the islands, offering breathtaking ocean and mountain views.

The Lofoten Islands are popular for hiking, rock climbing, kayaking and cycling and have been well-known for their Atlantic cod fisheries for more than 1,000 years. If you're planning on discovering the Norwegian fjords, make sure you leave plenty of time to visit the Lofoten Archipelago and roam along the E10 in a car as luxury as your superyacht.  

Picture courtesy of Instagram.com / Katvind Lofoten

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