Holidays to Andorra

Andorra is one of Europe’s smallest countries, packing in over 100 mountains and three natural parks across a Pyrenean landscape

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Peer at a map of Pyrenees, and you’ll spy a landlocked nation on the border of France and Spain. This is Andorra: an isolated microstate that’s existed in its current form for over 700 years. That sense of independence fuels walking holidays in Andorra. Adventure seekers strike out into the mountains, forests, valleys, meadows and stone villages on walks that range from family-friendly ambles to long-distance treks. Cyclists are in their element too, thanks to the smooth, swooping mountain roads and hair-raising backcountry tracks that host the MTB World Championships each summer.

Walking Holidays in Andorra: The grand routes of the Pyrenees

Glacial valley walks, lazy lakeside loops, mountain village strolls, pine forest trails, via ferrata and suspension bridges… walkers will find every type of footpath in Andorra. Explore the many view points with breath-taking scenery on offer or have you ever wanted to be in two places at once? Well on certain walking routes you can be, with trails sharing borders between Andorra and France - you can have one foot in each country. Many of the marked walking trails have also been seriously thought out with clear signage and even QR codes to translate directions into numerous different languages.

Summer adventures in the mountains

Road cycling and mountain biking are huge in Andorra – there are over 200km of marked cycling trails, including 20 mountain passes. Three natural parks offer places where you might wind up sharing the trails with semi-wild horses and horned ibex, or catching a glimpse of golden eagles and bearded vultures high above. These giant birds of prey aren’t the only amazing things to be spotted in the skies. La Massana is a lively town to visit and at night, if you head outside the main town then you'll find a dark sky reserve with viewpoints perfectly placed for catching glimmering constellations and the luminous brushstroke of the Milky Way. 

Family holidays in Andorra

Many of Andorra’s ski resorts transform into family adventure parks in the summer. Mon(t) Magic has zip lines and toboggan rides, Pal Arinsal hosts one of southern Europe’s biggest bike parks, and Naturland offers archery and forest trails. Plus, there are lots of easy footpaths that ramble through foothills and between storybook lakes.

Sky-high cities and Catalan culture

Andorra is home to the highest capital city in Europe: Andorra la Vella. Peruse Romanesque stone churches, the open-air geology museum and riverside Parc Central. Digging into the cuisine is one of the best ways to experience the city’s Catalan culture. Mountain flavours are often on the menu – so cannelloni, wild boar with even wilder mushrooms, salted cod and lake trout, and charcoal-grilled snails called caracoles a la llauna. While you’re out and about, try out a few words of Catalan. Spanish, French and Portuguese are widely spoken in Andorra, but Catalan is the national language. Bon profit!

Regions in Andorra

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Summer holidays in Arinsal

Enjoy an active summer holiday in Arinsal, a mountain village in the north-west of Andorra, close to the Spanish border. Here you will find the Comapedrosa Nature park, hundreds of bike-friendly routes, and the village of La Massana and the capital city of Andorra La Vella close by.

Best for: Walkers of all abilities, families, nature

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Hiking trails: 100km in Arinsal

Terrain: Mountain terrain

Best time to go: June, July & August. Enjoy cool air at the top of the mountains but head back to resort for the Pyrenees sunshine

Recommended for: New walkers, regular walkers, experienced hikers, families with kids, families with teens

Fly into: Barcelona airport

Fly from: London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Luton, Birmingham and Manchester

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Andorra Holiday FAQs

Why is Andorra great for walking?

Andorra is a walker's paradise, boasting stunning Pyrenean vistas and diverse walking trails for all abilities. Sitting pretty in the Pyrenees, Andorra bursts to life with trails that beg to be explored as the snow bids adieu. Whether it’s tranquil valley walks, calming lakeside loops, or towering pine-filled trails, Andorra has something for everyone.

Are there walking trails suitable for beginners in Andorra?

Absolutely! Andorra offers plenty of walking trails perfect for beginners. Explore one of Europe's smallest countries, with over 100 mountains and three natural parks. Enjoy beautiful scenery, delicious mountain flavours, a host of activities and endless walking trails. With well-marked paths and breathtaking views, even novice walkers can enjoy the beauty of the Pyrenees.

How hard are the walks in Andorra?

Andorra's walks cater to all levels of fitness and experience, making it the perfect destination for new walkers, regular walkers and experienced hikers. Find out more with our Best Walks in Andorra guide and get ready to soak up the panoramic views, pristine trails, and beautiful mountain villages this beautiful country has to offer.

Are there any guided walks available in Andorra?

While there aren't currently any Inghams guided walks available in Andorra, you’ll have prime access to panoramic views, pristine trails, and beautiful mountain villages. Many of the marked walking trails have also been seriously thought out with clear signage and even QR codes to translate directions into numerous different languages.

Where are the best viewpoints in Andorra?

Discover Andorra's most breathtaking viewpoints for stunning panoramas of the Pyrenees! Visit Roc del Quer and hover over the valley with Canillo at your feet, cross Montaup Valley on the Tibetan Bridge (one of the longest simple suspension bridges in the world) or visit Tristaina Solar Viewpoint and let time stand still as you walk on a sundial that overlooks the lakes of Tristaina

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