From the land to the table


Andorra is a mountain destination that has taken full advantage of the richness of its natural environment to produce first-class local products.

Discover for yourself all that our local producers have to offer. Visit them! You’ll find enthusiasm, professionalism, dedication to the land, innovation, and quality. Try them! Enjoy the flavours, textures and aromas first hand. Don’t let them tell you about it; live it!  

Andorra's high-quality meat is a benchmark in gastronomy, thanks to the best-kept secret of the Andorran livestock farmers: namely, tradition. You’ll find beef with the seal of protected geographical indication (GI), as well as ox, lamb, goat and horse meat with the “Meat of Controlled Quality from Andorra” seal. One company whose products bear this seal is Poltrand, which specialises, as its name in Catalan indicates, in horse meat. At the Principality’s many points of sale and restaurants you can enjoy the fruits of the years of hard work carried out by the Association of Andorran Livestock Farmers. Look for the seal and certificate that distinguish and guarantee the Meat of Andorra!

Cured meats are an important part of our gastronomic produce. A respect for tradition, adherence to the methods of preparation handed down from generation to generation, the quality of the ingredients, and the natural conditions of our environment all combine to produce botifarres, llonganisses, bull and other handmade specialities of the highest quality, such as those made by Cal Jordi and Els Escaubells, which can be found in specialised establishments. 

The altitude and the well-tended land produce treasures such as vegetables and legumes.These products are the result of a commitment to the environment and to organic growing practices that prevent the use of chemical pesticides or herbicides. These practices are carefully applied by farmers at farms such as Can Sona, which offers seasonal legumes and vegetables, organic eggs, and other products.

Local aromatic plants and medicinal herbs, among which new varieties for culinary use or infusions are sold, such as mint, hyssop, wild thyme, oregano and orange blossom. At Pocions de Lluna Nova, these plants and herbs are used to create artisan cosmetic products using traditional methods.

Organic jams are produced by El Rebost del Padrí, Casa Gendret and El Pastador following traditional recipes and use only local fruit such as forest fruits, strawberries, raspberries and other types of berry. Honey from the high mountains is also produced at Casa Folch and Naturalis.

Nectum is the ideal condiment for salads, white meats and cheeses. It is a natural syrup made from silver fir pine cones and has a texture that is similar to honey. It is also used as a base for preparing various sauces and jams. El Rebost del Padrí has been producing and selling Nectum since 2003.

Andorran wines are the fruit of years of hard work by wineries such as Borda Sabaté 1944, Casa Beal, Casa Auvinyà and Mas Berenguer, which have learned how to get the most out of the harshness and altitude of our region. Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Noir and Albariño are just a few of the varieties to be found among their selection of wines. Sign up for enotourism in Andorra.

Alpha and Boris are newly created beers that are brewed using traditional techniques. Pilsner and brown ale are some of the varieties that you can sample at Cerveseria Alpha and Era Bauró.

Ratassia de la Carmeta is a traditional hand-crafted liqueur made from medicinal herbs and walnuts. The recipe has been passed on by the women in the family from one generation to the next.

What would you like to try? Whatever you choose, the flavours of our local products will be sure to surprise you.

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