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France - There is a road 'disappears' twice daily

The road 'Passage du Gois', is famous for being submerged twice a day as the tides dictate, located in France, connecting the Bay of Bourgneuf to the island of Noirmoutier, has just over 4 kilometers long.

The Passage du Gois is passable at low tide, but at high tide phase, is completely submerged, it hides to 4 meters deep.

The passage is used in the Tour de France, the biggest competition of the world road cycling.aide in South Australia.