Popular Accommodations in Andorra
- Tobacco museum
- Natural Park Valle del Sorteny
- Ice Karting
- Hiking rides through the mountain world
Most popular in Andorra
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Andorra
If you are looking for a beautifully situated holiday accommodation in the dwarf state of Andorra, you will find it first and foremost in the cosy villages at the foot of the picturesque peaks. The offer ranges from holiday apartments in Pas de la Casa in the east to a remote chalet at the Parc Naturel de la Vall de Sorteny to a vacation rental with plenty of space for the whole family near the Spanish border in Sant Julia de Loria. However, the choice is particularly large in the pulsating capital Andorra la Vella, where you will find ideal conditions for a mixture of nature and cultural holidays.
Holidays in Andorra
Travelers and Activities
Andorra is a real insider tip for active holidaymakers both in summer and winter. You can look forward to several nature parks that offer spectacular views on their numerous narrow paths. You have the choice whether you want to hike through the lakes and mountains, explore them by mountain bike or discover them on a guided tour. In winter, however, in addition to 300 kilometres of pistes, there are numerous spectacular attractions such as freestyle facilities with half-pipes, rails and jumps, as well as an action-packed air-cushioned toboggan run. And if you want to explore the mountain landscape in a relaxed way even in winter, you can rent a snowmobile on site.
Things to know
Even though shopping tours are worthwhile all year round thanks to the low VAT, two travel periods are particularly suitable for active holidaymakers. While winter sports enthusiasts enjoy ideal conditions between mid-December and the end of February, hikers and bikers get their money's worth between June and September. In June you should still pack warm clothing for mountain tours, as it can get surprisingly cold at high altitudes.
Andorra is the largest of the six European dwarf states.
Top 3 travel tips
The Andorran cuisine combines Catalan and French influences to something very special. You should definitely try the rabbit with tomatoes (conill amb tomàquet), the duck with winter pear (ànec amb pera d'hivern) or the Andorran river trout (truita de riu a l'andorrana).2. Visit the tobacco museum
You can see for yourself that Andorra also has a lot to offer culturally by visiting the tobacco museum in the capital. Immerse yourself in the history and learn interesting facts about the former economic pillar of Andorra.3. Race hot races with the Ice Kart
Have you always wanted to know how a kart with winter tyres works? Then put on your racing helmet and go karting on the Canillo snow track for hot duels with friends or family.
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