The parish of Massana is in the west of Andorra, on the border with Catalonia.
La Massana is the highest parish in Andorra, and is home to the country’s highest peak: the Comapedrosa at 2,942 m. Located in the east of the Principality, it contains several towns, some of them located at the foot of ski slopes, such as La Massan, Pal and Arinsal. Others include Anyós, Sispony, L'Aldosa and Erts.
La Massana offers a wide variety of first-class hotels and services thanks to its proximity to the Vallnord ski resort (Pal and Arinsal), and also has a cable-car for direct access to the slopes. In summer, the resort becomes the Vallnord Mountain Park, which, along with the Bike Park, is sure to please the more adventurous visitors.
Its valleys hide numerous trekking routes where you can admire the highest peaks of Andorra. They are home to the Comapedrosa Valleys Nature Park, where daily guided excursions on foot or on horseback are organised during the summer. La Massana also harbours important historical heritage: the Romanesque church of Sant Climent de Pal, together with the Romanesque Andorra Interpretation Centre, will take you back to the Andorra of the 10th-12th centuries.
We recommend you visit the church of Sant Cristòfol d'Anyós, the Comic Museum, the Casa Rull Ethnographic Museum and the Rosell Forge, an example of a 19th century forge.