Túnel del Cadí - Cadí Tunnel

Túnel del Cadí - Cadí Tunnel

The Cadí Tunnel is a toll road tunnel in Catalonia, Spain, connecting the comarques of Cerdanya and Berguedà.

The tunnel, with a length of 5,026 m - 5 km (16,490 ft/ 3.1 miles) and is part of the C-16 highway and E-9, and runs under the Serra de Moixeró mountain range in the Pre-Pyrenees mountain range.

The Cadí Tunnel has two lanes, separated by a 2-meter-wide (6.6 ft) safety zone in the middle.

The southern entrance is at an altitude of 1,175 m (3,855 ft), is located in the settlement of l'Hospitalet, part of the municipality of Guardiola de Berguedà.

The northern entrance is in Cerdanya valley, in the municipality of Urús, and is at a height of 1,236 m (4,055 ft).

It was opened in October 1984

Trivia: The Serra de Moixeró is often confused with the nearby Serra del Cadí range, hence the tunnel's naming after the latter. Both ranges are within the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park, which also includes nearby Pedraforca.

If you book a popular 1 day tour to Andorra and France tour you will often be taken through the Túnel del Cadí

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