Andorra has a network of special accommodation for cyclists. By location, spaces and services. Perfect for starting or ending a stage!
Many of Andorra's attractions are better discovered while pedalling a bicycle, be it a mountain or road bike. Get on your bike and enjoy routes that you will never forget!
The attraction of our cycle tourism routes is not only their layout but also the environment. Keep your eyes peeled as you carry out the stages because the beauty of the landscape will compensate for the soreness in your legs.
Route starts from the CG-2 in the Canillo village (1,527m) and finishes on the CS-251 (1,915m), in the area of El Forn.
Route starts from the CG-2 in Canillo (1,523m) and finishes on the CS-240 (1,980m) at Coll d’Ordino.
Route starts from Encamp (1,329 m) and finishes on the CS-220 in els Cortals d’Encamp (2,083 m).
Andorra cycling route 18 covers the whole of the CG-2 from Escaldes-Engordany (1,063m), to Port d’Envalira (2,408m).
Route covers the whole of the CS-310 from Anyós crossroads (1,201m) to the Collada de Beixalís (1,796m).
Andorra cycling route 7 covers the whole of the CS-340 in the parish of Ordino .
Route starts at the CG-3 in el Serrat (1,505 m) and ends on the CS-380 at the La Coma in Arcalís (2,229 m).
Starts on the CG-4 in Erts (1,340 m) and finishes on the CS-420, in the Vallnord-Pal Arinsal ski resort (1.900 m).
Andorra cycle route 11 covers almost the whole of the CG-4 in the parish of La Massana, from the village of Erts (1,340 metres) to Port del Cabús (2,302 metres). Its difficulty is grade 1a sp (very difficult).
Route 12 starts on the CG-5 in the village of Erts (1,340 m) and ends on the CS-520 in Vallnord-Arinsal (1,914 m).
Andorra cycling route 21 climbs the whole of the CS-101 to the top of La Comella, at 1,347 metres.
Andorra cycling route 13 covers the whole of the CS-120, from the centre of Sant Julià to Certés.
Cycling route starts on the CS-130 in Sant Julià de Lòria, and ends on the CS-131, in the area of La Peguera.
The route follows the CS-140 from Sant Julià de Lòria to the Jou mountain pass .
Andorra cycling route 16 follows the whole of the CS-130 from Sant Julià de Lòria to La Rabassa.
It has an average gradient of 5.8% and climbs 238 metres over a distance of 4.1 kilometres .
Cycling route follows the road to Engolasters (1,109 m) towards France and ends at Engolasters Lake (1,649 m).
The cycling route goes from the roundabout on the CG-2 before El Tarter, to Cóms de Jan, in la Coma de Ransol.
Andorra's BTT - E-Bike downhill circuits and tracks are a challenge only at the reach of the bravest: those who master the technique and want to conquer it. Take note of these and other proposals filled with speed and adrenaline.
High route to the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria, through the la Rabassa woods in the area of Naturlandia.
A very tough route, both technically and physically, that takes us to the area of the Cortals de Sispony
Route around the parish of La Massana on which we discover the Pal area, in the Vallnord ski area.
Circular, easy-to-medium level route that crosses the Easterly part of the parish of La Massana, and part of Ordino.
Circular route along which we can explore the parishes of Escaldes Engordany and Andorra la Vella
Easy route around the Encampadana parish on which we enjoy the ride along the path from Les Pardines to Llac d’Engolasters.
Circular route leaving from and returning to El Tarter. Long and steady climb to an altitude of 2,560m at the Llosada.
A route mainly over wide tracks on which we discover the Cortals d'Encamp area
We start the route from the centre of Encamp, heading towards the area of Cortals along the CS-220 road.
A circular route that combines stretches of tarmac road with others of mountain track and runs through the parishes of Canillo and Encamp.
The Camí del Gall, between Soldeu and Canillo, is one of best loved routes in Andorra among mountain bikers.
The Engolasters MTB circuit is a free area with a 2.38 km MTB circuit with a trial bicycle training area.
This route has a 2 km uphill stretch and a height difference of 200 meters.
Visit our establishment to find everything you need. You will find all of the essentials to enjoy cycling during your stay in the country. Discover what we have on offer for sale or rent.
Located in Canillo, you’ll find equipment for both winter and summer sports. It also offers a hiking guide service and mountain bike excursions, etc.
Is in La Massana and specialises in the sale and rental of mountain bikes and skiing material.
Is in the village of Soldeu and specialises in the sale and rental of mountain bikes and skiing material.
Intersport Outdoor stands on the straight in Santa Coloma and specialises in sports , adventure and leisure.
Viladomat Andorra is the store for you, with the best brands in everything you’re looking for.
One of the disciplines best enjoyed in Andorra is road cycling.
Despite being a small country in terms of surface area, Andorra is a giant in cycling: offers real quality kilometres, for both road cycling and BTT lovers. Furthermore, you will find a network of establishments offering all kinds of services for cyclists, as well as products that are always useful. Bike rental and repair shops, and hotels especially categorised for cyclists. That is why we are the favourite spot for elite professional training and numerous families who come to cycle with their children!
Our country's asphalted roads are not only in pristine condition, but are also just steep enough to put your legs to the test: with slopes exceeding 8% in many places!
There are top and special category passes throughout all of the parishes. For example, in Sant Julià de Lòria is La Rabassa stage, and Coll de la Gallina or La Peguera. Also in La Massana, Port del Cabús, which is crowned with a majestic sculpture of Dennis Oppenheim: "Storm in a teacup". Furthermore, Canillo hosts some of the most legendary passes such as Coll d’Ordino. For this reason, here is just a snapshot of the trails, as there are many more throughout Andorra la Vella, Encamp, etc.
In addition, if you pedal with your sights set on the heights, you will enjoy privileged views of Andorran nature: the curves on these roads reveal panoramic views of our valleys and summits, with a bird's eye view of small villages and towns. You will find picnic areas at the foot of the asphalt to make pit stops along the trail and catch a breeze.
As it is easy to imagine, the mountain bike finds Andorra to be its natural habitat.
It is packed with trails for BTT lovers! On one hand, we have the marked circuits that use our mountain slopes or those designed for these effects in an area known as Wood Park. On the other, they run through winter ski slopes, which once the winter snow has melted become spectacular downhill slopes.
As far as mountain circuits or trails are concerned, Camí del Gall is well worth a mention. As well as Camí de les Pardines or La Rabassa, in this case in their mountain bike versions. For those looking for a more technical trail, the XCWC XC World Cup route in Vallnord Bike Park, is ideal. It is right there in Vallnord Bike Park where the main ski slopes adapted to BTT in the summer can be found.
All of these are interesting ideas to discover the wilderness of Andorra from another perspective, in this case from the heart: the binoculars and camera in your backpack will serve you well in appreciating the local flora and fauna when you set foot on the ground.
Some of the most important dates on the cycling calendar in Europe lead you straight to Andorra.
In fact, trials with renowned standing are held here each year, both at amateur and professional level. Like in 2018 for example, when the Vuelta a España set up an arrival and entire stage here on the third and second last days, instilling the honour of "race judges" on our passes. Furthermore, the inclusion of our roads in the Pyrenean stages of the Tour de France is very common. Also, as we mentioned before in mountain biking Vallnord Bike Park is renowned in the World Cup.
In addition, many cycling races and events are organised in Andorra. La Purito or the Volta als Ports are two main examples of this, although competitions and exhibitions are renewed each year. We post all events regularly on this website, so we can become your reference cycling website if you are coming to the Principality in the summertime.
Its landscapes and terrain is not all that makes Andorra an unbeatable destination for this sport: the services we offer are also top notch.
For example our network of cyclist hotels, a category indicating that guests will be offered extra comfort and facilities for cycling tourists and mountain bike riders. These hotels are located at strategic points, at the foot of marked trails. Their facilities include interesting spaces for those visiting our country on two wheels: safe rooms to store bicycles at night-time, areas with all you need to remove muck after riding on mountain trails, make minor adjustments for the following day, etc.
Also, if you need more significant repairs, there are shops with workshop services at several locations throughout the region. You can change a chain, brake system, full frame, any transmission part, etc. They even sell clothes and accessories that are useful for cyclists.
There is no shortage of bike rental shops either, that stock all kinds of models to suit everyone: from the most advanced bicycles for road cycling to mountain bikes for downhill trails, including specially designed models for extreme downhill with latest-generation suspension.
Of course you will also find children's bicycles, as Andorra is a favourite destination for cycling families, to instil the sport in children with safe trails adapted to their level, as well as a wide offer for recreation and entertainment in your free time during the summer season.
Whatever your cycling profile and that of your companions, Andorra has plenty to offer. Start to discover here!