IF YOU'RE SPENDING A FEW DAYS IN ANDORRA

Yes.

The Andorran, Spanish and French authorities have taken no measures to close the borders and movement into the country.
The Government of Andorra is therefore currently applying no restrictions on entering the country, nor on the movement of people and vehicles around its territory.
 

SPAIN
Currently citizens and residents of Spain can move freely to Andorra, always respecting the restrictions established in the Principality.
Before leaving, find about restrictions in force on the dates you intend to travel. Click here for the latest information.
 

FRANCE
Before leaving, find about restrictions in force in France on the dates you intend to travel.
Since 3rd May 2021, residents of Andorra and visitors to the French departments of Pyrenees Orientales and Ariege are exempt from taking a test (PCR or TMA) when entering France. This exemption only applies to trips of less than 24 hours.
 

OTHER DESTINATIONS
You may enter Andorra unrestricted from any stop-over destination, but should bear in mind that additional health-related documentation may be requested depending on your country of origin. 
Please see DO I HAVE TO PROVIDE ANY HEALTH CERTIFICATES TO ENTER ANDORRA?
 

Check for updates at the following links:
Information website for Spain and Catalonia.
Information website for France.

All of these measures are subject to review as the epidemiological situation evolves and may not be up to date at the time you view this information. We recommend that you review the applicable decrees of your place of origin.

  • Andorra, like most of the countries in its environment applies a series of protocols for people visiting the country. Citizens of the European Union and assimilated countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, the United Kingdom, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican) are exempt from having and/or presenting any health certificate.
     
  • Anyone aged twelve (12) or over entering Andorra from a country other than the European Union or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, the United Kingdom, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican must have a valid certificate (point 3) and present it when requested to do so by the authorities. In the case of those aged twelve (12) or over arriving in Andorra who have stayed ten (10) or more consecutive nights in one or more of these areas just before arriving in Andorra, they are not required to have and/or present any health certificate.
     
  • CERTIFICATES ACCEPTED:
    A. Vaccination certificate issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin at least 14 calendar days after the date of administration of the last dose of the complete vaccination schedule, or a certificate attesting that the person has had the disease and is vaccinated against COVID-19 with at least one dose of the vaccine and that fourteen (14) days have elapsed since it was administered. The vaccine must be authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), the World Health Organization (WHO) or a regulatory authority for medical devices.
    The accrediting documentation may be written in Catalan, Spanish, French or English, can be presented in digital or physical format and must contain at least the following information: name and surname(s) of holder, date of vaccination, type of vaccine administered, number in a series of vaccinations and number of doses, issuing country and the certificate issuer.
    B. TMA or PCR diagnostic certificate with a negative result for SARS-CoV-2, carried out in the seventy-two (72) hours prior to arrival in the Principality of Andorra.
    The accrediting documentation may be written in Catalan, Spanish, French or English, can be presented in digital or physical format and must contain at least the following information: name and surname(s) of holder, issuing country, date and time of sample and test type.
    C. Recovery certificate issued by the competent authority or a medical service at least 11 days after the first positive TMA or PCR test. This certificate is valid for 180 calendar days from the date the sample was taken for this TMA or PCR test.
    The accrediting documentation may be written in Catalan, Spanish, French or English, can be presented in digital or physical format and must contain at least the following information: name and surname(s) of holder, date of sample of first test with positive result, test type and issuing country.
     
  • Given existing healthcare agreements, residents of Spain, France and Portugal are advised to obtain a travel document from the Social Security office of their country. People of other nationalities are advised to take out private travel insurance to provide coverage against COVID-19 or other possible incidents during their stay in Andorra.
  • Citizens resident in the following countries are exempt from undergoing a health check upon arrival in Andorra: The European Union and assimilated countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, the United Kingdom, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican).
     
  • Anyone aged twelve (12) or over who move to the Principality from a country OTHER than the European Union or assimilated countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, the United Kingdom, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican) and who do not have a vaccination or recovery or diagnosis certificate are obliged to self-isolate* for a period of fourteen (14) calendar days, from the date of entry into Andorra. If the person in question has stayed ten or more consecutive nights in one or more of these areas just before arriving in Andorra, they are exempt from the self-isolation requirement.
    *Self-isolation may be reduced if, after ten (10) days of arrival in Andorra, the person undergoes a diagnostic test for SARS-CoV-2, PCR or TMA, with a negative result. However, passive monitoring must be maintained until fourteen days have passed.

    (See FAQ: WILL I HAVE TO SELF-ISOLATE WHEN I ENTER ANDORRA?).
  •  Anyone aged twelve (12) or over who move to the Principality from a country OTHER than the European Union or assimilated countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, the United Kingdom, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican) and who do not have the vaccination or recovery or diagnosis certificate mentioned above are obliged to self-isolate* for a period of fourteen (14) calendar days, from the date of entry into Andorra.
     
  • If the person in question has stayed ten or more consecutive nights in one or more of these areas just before arriving in Andorra, they are exempt from the self-isolation requirement. However, they must have a sworn statement justifying this and the documents accrediting their arrival or stay in Europe or assimilated countries on the previous ten days, as well as displaying them in the event that any public authority so requests. In the event that these people stay in a tourist accommodation for three (3) or more nights, they must provide a copy of all this documentation when checking into the establishment.

    *Self-isolation may be reduced if, after ten (10) days of arrival in Andorra, the person undergoes a diagnostic test for SARS-CoV-2, PCR or TMA, with a negative result. However, passive monitoring must be maintained until fourteen days have passed.

Regardless of their nationality or place of residence, any visitor or tourist who is in the Principality of Andorra and needs to have a TMA diagnostic test to detect possible SARS-CoV-2 infection in order to travel to other destinations outside of Andorra, can request that a test be performed at an Andorran Health Care Service (SAAS) facility.
 

The public price for this service is €40 (including tax) for each TMA test conducted. The person requesting the test will receive a full report of the result by e-mail within 24 hours. To request a test, call (+376) 821 955 and book an appointment. There are also private labs in the country that offer PCR diagnostic tests. The result will be sent within 24 hours.
 

List of Laboratories CRP / TMA Tests

The use of a mask is not mandatory in public spaces and on urban roads; provided that there are no crowds of people that do not allow to maintain the minimum interpersonal safety distance of 1.5 meters.

The use of face mask is mandatory in enclosed public premises such as bars, restaurants, shops and cultural establishments, among others.

All people over eight years old are required to wear masks, although it is recommended starting at six years old.

There are no limits on movement around Andorra. However, a minimum safe distance of 1.5 metres between individuals has been stipulated. You should also be aware that, in open spaces, you must maintain a safe distance of 4 metres (if you are on foot), 10 metres (if you are running) and 20 metres (if you are cycling).

Wearing face masks is mandatory in vehicles if you are travelling with people you do not live with, or if you are travelling by motorcycle (provided you are not wearing a full-face helmet with visor).

No. They will not have to pass any form of health check. You will only need to bring their pet health passport, as per the usual requirements.