Andorra The Dream Destination for Your Vacation

Andorra is a speck of a country hidden between France and Spain in the eastern Pyrenees mountains. Its charming villages and hamlets – dotted along the main road that traverses the country – are filled with Romanesque churches and houses, built in a unique, local style and preserved through the country’s seclusion.

Today, tax exemptions and good tourism infrastructure lend to it being a popular holiday spot which draws more than 10 million visitors each year.

This is the place to go to rag it down some of the finest slopes in Europe: the resort of Grandvalira, for example, claims to be the largest ski area in the Pyrenees, and has over 5000 acres of mountain to take on and one of the top 10 international ski mountains to hit in 2015. Politicians and royalty of Spain choose Andorra’s white peaks for their skiing holidays.

Andorra all year round. White gold in winter, intense green in summer.

Andorra is the ideal destination for all those who seek nature. Snow in winter, fresh air in summer. Incredible landscapes, natural parks, hiking routes, mountain bike and ecotourism.

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The location is ideal too, for those who want to go shopping and delight in Andorra’s vast number of different establishments, with a wide variety of products embracing all categories.

And, if you are looking for wellbeing, rest and relaxation and health and beauty treatment you have come to the right place. Don’t miss one of Andorra’s most popular attractions, Caldea Spa and Leisure Centre.

What can you daydream doing in Andorra?

Andorra is also a vital, expanding cultural community. A huge range of outstanding cultural sites and activities including museums, art galleries, monuments, festivals, superb Romanesque art …


Andorra la Vella, the capital, invites you to stroll through the most charming corners of Andorran history. All the popular celebrations and traditions of Andorra la Vella will make you discover the roots of this ancient culture.

Another great pleasure you will undoubtedly discover here is the country’s cuisine. The Andorran gastronomy is primarily based on traditional mountain-style cuisine, as well as main stream gourmet. Quality, diversity, traditional dishes, seasonal specialities… all this and more makes Andorra a gastronomic paradise, all year round.

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Things you should know

  • Andorra’s English speaking ski schools have an excellent reputation, regularly winning awards for being the best in Europe.
  • The capital, Andorra la Vella, is the highest capital city in Europe, at an elevation of 1,023 meters (3,356 ft) above sea level.
  • Andorra has excellent equipment renting facilities.
  • Almost everyone speaks English.
  • Visit Naturlandia’s adventure park for a host of fun activities including the Tobotronc, a 5.3km toboggan run, the longest of its kind in the world.

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Andorra is a place where you will love to return.

There is so much to do, to see, to discover… you’ll have to come back again and again!