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A11 autoroute

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The A 11 autoroute is a motorway which connects Paris with Nantes via Le Mans and Angers. It is called L'Océane.

Regions crossed

The following list indexes the sites worth visiting within 14 km of the road.

History

  • 1972: Opening of the first section, La Folie Bessin - Thivars, is 68 km (A 10 and A 11).
  • 1975: Opening of the section Chartres to La Ferté-Bernard.
  • 1978: Opening of the section La Ferté-Bernard to Le Mans.
  • 1981: Opening of the section Angers-Nantes.
  • 2008: Opening of the Angers bypass

Route

Managed by Cofiroute

  • A10-A11
  • Rambouillet
    • Rest Areas: Gourville (westbound), Chaudonnes (eastbound)
    • Service Area: Chartres
  • Chartres
    • Rest Areas: Les Souchets (westbound), Les Moineaux (eastbound)
  • Châteaudun
    • Rest Areas: La Poële Percée (westbound), Les Dix-Sept-Setiers (eastbound)
    • Rest Areas: Charamerie (westbound), Leu (eastbound)
    • Service Area: Brou
  • Nogent-le-Rotrou
    • Rest Areas: Les Charms (westbound), La Petite Jardinière (eastbound)
    • Rest Areas: Théligny (westbound), Montmirail (eastbound)
  • La Ferté-Bernard
    • Service Areas: La Ferté-Bernard (westbound), Villaines-la-Ganais (eastbound)
    • Rest Areas: Parnouette (westbound), La Charpenterie (eastbound)
    • Rest Areas: Haras de Maulepaire (westbound), Martinière (eastbound)
  • A28 - A11
    • Service Area: La Sarthe-Sargé-Le-Mans
  • Le Mans
  • A28-A11
  • A81-A11 to 148 km
  • Le Mans

Le Mans to Angers managed by ASF

    • Rest Area: Pruillé-le-Chétif
  • Allonnes
    • Rest Area: Pirmil
    • Service Area: Parcé-sur-Sarthe
  • La Flèche
  • Durtal
    • Rest Area: La Chapelle-Saint-Laud
  • Baugé
  • A85-A11 to 221 km
  • Péage de Corzé
    • Rest Area: Bauné
  • Pellouailles-les-Vignes
    • Service Area: Angers Gateway
  • Angers

From Angers to Nantes managed by Cofiroute

The kilometers cannot be assessed until the missing section is finished.

  • Angers
  • Angers
  • Angers
  • Saint-Jean-de-Linières
    • Rest Areas: Montilets (westbound), Réveilllon (eastbound)
  • Chalonnes-sur-Loire
    • Service Area: Varades
  • Péage d'Ancenis
  • Ancenis
    • Rest Areas: Le Cellier (westbound), Launay (eastbound)
  • Nantes
  • A811-A11
  • Nantes
  • Nantes
  • Nantes
  • A844-A11

External links

  • A11 Motorway in Saratlas
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