With mountains and sunshine, you will be delighted by the Principality of Andorra as it unveils its best assets.
For fans of climbing, the highest point of Andorra is the Coma Pedrosa with an altitude of 2,946 metres. When you come back down, you can walk along the Valira River which flows into the Segre.
On its 468 km² the Principality of Andorra has over 30 lakes. Among the most visited of them are Engolasters, Juclar and Abelletes, with trout that fishermen love to fish. The Principality of Andorra is nested between France and Spain, in the heart of the Pyrenees.
Small in size but big in charm, it will bring allure to your holiday, in summer and winter alike. With a vast skiing area, the architectural heritage of Andorra-la-Vella, its numerous walking trails, and much more, you have not discovered all of Andorra's secrets yet!