In Andorra, cycling is an intense experience. The Principality has 21 mountain passes! This is why the Vuelta de España and Tour de France choose our roads to organise their blue riband stages, with climbs of all categories, including 1st and Specials.
Arcalís, Arinsal and Cabús are just some of the many passes that'll make you feel like a true champion, while enjoying all the natural beauty of Andorra. This PDF guide provides full details of some of our classic road routes, with information on itineraries and distances. On our website you can view the online fact files for these routes, see if a route is accessible and download the specific itinerary.
Andorra and bikes: a very special relationship
Cycling fans in Andorra don't just come out on the days of Tour or Vuelta stages. As you'll see when you visit us, there are cyclists from all parts on the Principality's roads, especially in spring and summer. Cyclists who, like you, are attracted by our tough mountain passes, the spectacular natural landscapes and wealth of cultural heritage.
The asphalt on Andorran roads, especially those for cycle tourism, is in perfect condition for endurance road bikes. In addition, the routes described in the guide usually have information panels. Access the description for each stage to get more details and find out whether there are currently any incidents, such as road works to improve the surface.
Cycling routes in Andorra, with a full range of services
One obvious sign of the popularity of cycling in Andorra is the variety and quality of services for cyclists. In our country you'll find numerous hotels specialising in this sport, where you can rest after a tough stage. You'll recognise them by their cycling pictogram.
These hotels also have rooms fitted for securely storing your faithful travelling companion. They also have pumps, areas for cleaning bikes and tourist information of special interest to cycle tourists. And as if that weren't enough, their restaurants offer extended breakfast times and tailored menus adapted to the diet of cyclists like you.
Cycling hotels and accommodation are found throughout the Principality, especially in the parishes of Ordino, La Massana, Canillo, Encamp, Escaldes-Engordany and Andorra la Vella. You'll find more information on the locations and contact details in the PDF guide.
If you prefer to travel light, you can hire all kinds of bikes in Andorra, including endurance road bikes. These specialist shops in numerous towns in the Principality can also provide the equipment you need for your route: helmets, shoes, goggles, shirts and more.
Check the information links on this page and organise your own Tour of Andorra by bike. One of the best ways of discovering the Pyrenean country!