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Andorra is a country situated in the heart of the Pyrenees between France and Spain. There is no space in this small European territory, which covers 468 square kilometres, that isn't worth visiting and enjoying. A country of snow, shopping, water, sport, the Romanesque... Andorra has many brands, all of which are winners.
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Ski slopes

In only 468 square kilometres, Andorra offers five ski resorts with more than 279 kilometres of slopes. The excellent location of these ski slopes, in the heart of the Pyrenees, means you can enjoy a sufficiently cold season with a high percentage of sunny days year round. The first ski resort in Andorra was officially opened in 1957. It was a ski lift from Pas de la Casa that functioned via the engine of a lorry. Today, Andorra has two large ski domains: GRANDVALIRA and VALLNORD. Combined, they have 115 ski lifts that can transport more than 156,000 skiers per hour. Sixty years after the installation of that first ski lift, Andorra hosts large international events on the winter sport calendar, including the Alpine Ski World Cup, Speed World Cup and Mountain Skiing World Cup.

Andorra La Vella

Andorra La Vella is the capital and nerve centre of the Principality of Andorra. The city stands out due to its important commercial nature and its great diversity of restaurants, which are capable of meeting the demands of even the most selective clients. The city runs along the left bank of the Gran Valira River, enabling the urban and natural settings to be closely linked.

Contemporary culture is kept alive in Andorra La Vella thanks to diverse festivals, including the International Festival of Clowns and the Music and Dance Festival. Important festivities include the Escudella de Sant Antoni, Fiesta Mayor de Andorra La Vella, carnival and the medieval market.

Culture: Romanesque routes and museums

There is more to Andorra than simply ski resorts and shopping. It is also a culturally and architecturally vibrant place thanks to the heritage inherited over its more than thousand years of history. Culturally, Andorra is known for its many Romanesque churches, chapels and bridges found in its every corner, in addition to its wide variety of museums.

Romanesque and pre-Romanesque art can be enjoyed especially in the capital, as well as Santa Coloma. with notable monuments being Santa Coloma Church and La Margineda Bridge.

Other symbolic places in Andorra La Vella are: La Casa de la Vall, built in the 16th century and headquarters of the Consell General; Sant Esteve Church, a monumental church with Romanesque origins dating back to the 12th century, located in Plaza Princep Benlloch; the ruins of Enclar Castle; Sant Vicent d’Enclar Church; and Sant Andreu Church.


Caldea is the largest thermal water centre in Europe's mountains.

It offers 6000 square metres of indoor and outdoor lagoons, saunas and jacuzzis, and it also offers a grapefruit bath, Aztec bath, Indo-Roman baths, waterfalls, hydro-massage beds, hot marble, massages, beauty treatments and more, enabling you to leave your worries behind. Ice, steam, hot air, pressurised water... Here, you can start your journey to a world of sensations. Experience every state of water in spectacular facilities and forget about all stress for a moment.


Andorra has an impressive range of activities, as well as a wealth of natural resources.

In winter you can practice Snow sports in one of the two great alpine ski resorts and other activities related with snow, Grandvalira and Vallnord, and a Nordic ski center with activities and playground: Naturlandia.

In summer, outdoor spaces allow activities throughout the year. You can practice mountain biking or cycling, canyoning, climbing, adventure circuits, etc.

Nature and adventure

Andorra is the perfect natural setting and it offers multiple, varied ways to enjoy it. In summer, when the snow has melted, the ski slopes are transformed and they offer visitors a wide selection of activities. These include horse riding, mountain karting or cycling, climbing, fishing and canyoning. Everyone can enjoy outdoor adventure sports here in summer.

Leisure and shopping

Andorra is considered a shopping paradise. The fact it is exempt from many taxes applicable in other countries is the main cause of its excellent options and commercial success. With more than 4000 establishments, Andorra is one of Europe's most notable commercial destinations that stands out due to its low prices, extensive opening hours and acceptance of various currencies and credit cards.

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