The first stop on this route is Encamp, where we can enjoy a stroll around the historic town centre and visit the Church of Sant Miquel de La Mosquera. The church, whose date of construction is unknown, boasts a main altar with an altarpiece that dates back to the end of the 16th century, dedicated to the Archangel Saint Michael and Saint John the Baptist, both of whom are patron saints of the municipality of La Mosquera.

After our stroll through the narrow streets of the town we make our way to the National Automobile Museum, where we can learn about the history and development of these mechanical marvels that have enjoyed iconic status in our society from the 19th century through to the present day. The museum’s collection is one of the largest in southern Europe, with around 80 automobiles, 60 motorcycles and 100 bicycles.

The final stop on the route takes us to Canillo, where we make our way up to the vantage point of Roc del Quer. Located at an altitude of 2,000 metres, it offers spectacular views over the valleys of Montaup and Canillo, the peak of Casamanya (2,740 m) and the traditional rural dwellings known as bordes that can be found throughout the region.

After enjoying this area of natural beauty, we make our way back to Escaldes-Engordany and Andorra la Vella, where the route ends.

On the tour you will be accompanied at all times by a tourist guide who speaks Catalan, Spanish, French and English.
Route 4: every Thursday morning from 1 June to 31 October.
Bookings: Andorra la Vella Tourist Office (+376) 750 100 / Autocars Nadal (+376) 805 151.

On 8 September, in honour of the festival of Our Lady of Meritxell, the Tourist Bus will not be operating.