The 2011 Critérium International, was the 80th running of the Critérium International cycling stage race. It started on 26 March in Porto-Vecchio and ended on 27 March in Porto-Vecchio and consisted of 3 stages, including 2 stages on the same day; a flat stage and an individual time trial, held as the second and third stages.
The race was won by Leopard-Trek rider Fränk Schleck, who claimed the leader's yellow jersey after a strong finish first stage, and maintained his advantage to the end of the race. Schleck's winning margin over runner-up Vasil Kiryienka of Team Movistar was 13 seconds, and Cofidis' Rein Taaramäe completed the podium, 17 seconds down on Kiryienka.
In the race's other classifications, Team Movistar rider Vasil Kiryienka won the green jersey for the points classification, the King of the Mountains classificationwas won by Pim Ligthart of Vacansoleil-DCM, Cofidis' Rein Taaramäe won the young rider classification, with Movistar finishing at the head of the teams classification.