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Carretera Nacional N-111 Carreteraesp n111.png
Signal N-111
Beginning Medinaceli
End Pamplona
Length 260 km
List of national roads in Spain

The N-111 is a highway in Spain. It connects Pamplona with Madrid.

It commences at Pamplona with a junction on the Autovía A-15 (junction 88Km). It heads south west to Logroño in the Ebro valley crossing the Sierra de Izco by the Puerto del Pardón (679m) then it crosses the Rio Arga and the Estella with the Monasterio de Irache. The road has been upgraded to the Autovía A-12.

At Logrono the road crosses the Autopista AP-68 and N-232. The A-12 continues to the west and becomes the N-120. The N-111 follows the pretty valley of the Rio Iregua south and the Reserva Nacional de Cameros passing over the Puerto de Piqueras (1,711m) in the Sierra de Camero Viejo. The road then drops into Soria and the upper reaches of the Rio Duero. The road is crossed by the N-234 and N-122.

The road heads south leaving the river to cross the Pinarse de Almazán by the Alto de Matas de Lubia before crossing the river again at Almazán. The road then heads south over the Puerto de Radona to the Autovía A-2 junction 150 km which leads south west to Madrid.



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