Prepare one of the most representative dishes of our gastronomy with us, that of mountain cuisine.
We invite you to delve into our agricultural and livestock farming history through our most artisan products. The flavours of our land will make you rediscover the traditional simplicity and warmth found in homes.
The natural flavours, carefully prepared by small producers, who are will be happy to welcome you to enjoy them whenever at with whoever you choose.
Traditional skills passed down through the generations safeguard the character of this handcrafted liqueur.
Unique, traditionally made products, which bring the essence of Andorra’s exclusive wineries and producers direct to your table.
Pioneers of wine tourism in Andorra, you can visit their organically cultivated vines all year round
They have been working since 1988 to produce great wines in their winery, recognised in 2014 with an award from the International Wine Guide
You cannot fail to be excited by a visit to their cellars. As well as seeing the process of making the wine, you can taste the wines produced on site
A young winery, which has inherited a long family agricultural tradition. Its vineyards are located in Pui d’Olivesi.
A beer that captures the essence and the taste of the high mountains
The taste of a craft beer with a unique character
This craft beer is made with 100% natural ingredients, you must visit the brewery
Resting and taking care of your skin will benefit from our techniques and natural recipes, recipes that have passed through the generations and that take advantage of the resources offered by nature.
Historically, traditional Andorran cuisine centred around typical Pyrenean mountain dishes, but in recent years the Principality's food and drink scene has evolved a lot. French and Spanish cuisine have always been and continue to be present in Andorran gastronomy, with French food particularly predominant in the north and Catalan food in the south, with the rich escudella being the oldest documented soup dish in Europe. Italian food has also become quite popular. All in all, today's Andorran dishes have all kinds of international influences.
Nowadays, it's easy to find an excellent selection of restaurants where you can sample food from practically all over the world. If you're planning your next visit to Andorra, don't miss out on these local products that tickle the taste buds of all those who visit the Principality.
It would be impossible to start with anything other than the famous escudella, one of the most traditional and sought-after dishes, as well as one of the most appetising to warm up with. It's made with beef, sausage, vegetables, noodles, rice and chickpeas. It's a very common winter dish on tables in Catalan areas, as well as in the Balearic and Andorran regions. Other typical options are also available to tickle your fancy, including trinxat de col, made with white cabbage, potato, bacon, black pudding, oil and salt, or carn d'olla, which is the escudella broth meat. Andorra's meat is in fact one of the symbols of the area, and the same is true of the sausages from Cal Jordi or Els Escaubells, where, among other things, sausages are made specifically for the preparation of escudella.
While you're delighting in restaurant menus, we also recommend that you try civet de jabalí, marinated wild boar made using vegetables paired with some of the delicious wines of Andorra, continuing with a relaxed after-dinner experience, tasting a family liquor passed down through generations known as Ratassia de la Carmeta, prepared with nuts and medicinal herbs harvested by hand from the Valleys of Andorra.
To top off a day with friends or as a couple, don't forget to try a good Andorran beer.
With an ever-increasing desire to take care of ourselves, a balanced diet and healthy eating are more essential than ever these days. Andorra offers top-quality products, including seasonal vegetables, which you'll find at Cortal Llumeneres, Casa Folch or the market. Fruit and vegetables from Andorra are combined in restorative recipes to be savoured after a great day in the snow.
Even if you're just passing through the Principality, though, there are a number of quick fixes to complete your journey. We'd recommend buying cheeses from Casa Raubert or chocolate from Andorra, which has become more well-known thanks to artisan chocolate shops such as Xocland, which you'll find in La Massana. If you're one of those people who likes to maximise cold and snow time to the fullest, Nectum spruce syrup will come in handy, as it works a trick for skiers' colds. It's made by El Rebost del Padri and to this day is still prepared according to the traditional recipe. You can also taste honey from Naturalis, Casa Folch or Autentics, among others.
The great variety of Andorran products is the result of years of tradition and passion for looking after both the locals and the many visitors the Principality receives year after year. Discover all that Andorra has to offer. Just a few hours away, it has a unique selection of gastronomic and cultural options available. See you there!
Discover all that Andorra has to offer. Just a few hours away, it has a unique selection of gastronomic and cultural options available. See you there!