Andorra la Vella and Escaldes-Engordany celebrate Carnival together, with a parade and troupe contest that attracts large crowds looking for fun.
We then go to the village of La Massana and on to Arinsal, a typical mountain village at the end of the Valley, where we visit the Comapedrosa Interpretation Centre. The centre offers an in-depth introduction to the flora and fauna of this Nature Reserve, which includes Comapedrosa, the highest peak in Andorra at 2,942 metres.
We then stop in the village of Pal, in another valley for the chance to photograph one of the best-preserved rural villages in Andorra. We will explore its streets and visit the Romanesque church of Sant Climent (12th century). We then continue on to the Col de la Botella mountain pass, at an altitude of 1,800 metres, from where the Setúria Valley, the Alt de la Capa peak and the Port de Cabús mountain pass, marking the border with Spain, can all be seen.
Then it's on to the Col de la Botella mountain pass, at an altitude of 1,800 metres, with its breathtaking scenery, before heading for the Pal Sector of the Vallnord Mountain Park activity centre, where we take the cable car down to La Massana (depending on the opening date of the resort).
After arriving at La Massana, we return to Andorra la Vella, where the route finishes.
At all times during the trip we will be accompanied by an official tour guide, with an audio guide available in four languages (Catalan, Spanish, French and English).
Route 7:From 1 June to 31 October, every Sunday morning.
Reservations: (+376) 80 51 51 / Andorra la Vella Tourist Office (+376) 750 100.
Warning: Because the end of the summer season at the Vallnord-Pal station the descent to La Massana by cable car, offered in this route, only be made until Sunday 9th October. Sorry for the inconvenience.