Naturland: an outdoor activity centre
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Can you imagine an adventure centre in Andorra with fun activities for guests of all ages, in a unique natural environment and the chance to marvel at the great native animals of the Pyrenees? All this and much more comes true at Naturland. This leisure area in the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria is one of the most interesting options for visitors looking to combine family and active tourism.
The outdoor activity centre is in the Rabassa forest in the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria. It is divided into two completely separate spaces, but share the same common factor: nature. The first level, at an altitude of 1,600 metres, features an esplanade where the centre's main activities take place. The other area, at an altitude of 2,000 metres, aims more to promote activities in the heart of nature and is the starting point for a number of guided hiking trails. Here you will also find the Naturland Bike Centre and the equestrian centre, among others.
Leisure sector at 1,600 metres
This first sector is used exclusively as an activity centre, where you will find more leisure-based options. For children there are activities such as trampolines, pedal buggies, a children's workshop area, the Tubing Kids and the Airtrekkids with its mini-zip line. For adults there is the adrenaline rush of the Xtrem jump, Airtrek, an incredible 13.5-metre-high wooden aerial circuit, and riding the 190-metre-long zipline. You can also enjoy the squirrel circuit, go down the Sklide, or try your hand at archery, among other activities.
And if you are feeling especially bold, you can slide down the longest alpine slide in the world, the Tobotronc, or try the Forestline, a zipline that runs through the forest and curves and twists between the trees. All adults and children taller than 1.20 m can ride it.
The park also has a hostel with 11 multiple and functional rooms with a capacity for up to 14 people.
Leisure sector at 2000 metres
This sector specialises in mountain leisure activities of a more sporting nature for the whole family to enjoy. You will not only find educational activities such as the Conangle space, with the nature classroom, the farm space and the John Deere pedal tractor, but you can also take a guided hiking route, like the Secrets de Bosc circular trail. You can also enjoy a buggy route or a Swincar, or visit the equestrian centre and ride a horse or pony! But that's not all: you can also test yourself on the Enbosca't forest trail and enjoy the mountain bike or e-bike routes suitable for the whole family at the Naturland Bike Centre.
If you fancy something to eat, at Elevation 1,600 you have the Restaurant-cafeteria 1600 and the restaurant El Floc, as well as three fast food options: the Sanobanano space, where you can create your own poke bowl; the Xiri Burguer area, specialising in hamburgers; and the sweetest corner of the park: the Racò Express. At elevation 2,000, you can enjoy a delicious meal at its restaurant La Borda de Conangle, where traditional mountain dishes are offered, or at Cervesera, a sunny terrace where you can savour grilled meats and assorted starters.
Shop and rental service
Whether you want to buy your Tobotronc photo, or you want to take home a souvenir of your day in the park, it is worth knowing that both elevations have a shop available. At Elevation 1600, there is a merchandising shop, while at Elevation 2000 you will find the NaturlandShop, a specialised centre that offers MTB, running, hiking, trail equipment and more from the best brands (such as Haglöfs, Lowa, Rossignol and Black Diamond). You will enjoy top quality equipment!
But NaturlandShop is not just a shop, as you will also find a repair, maintenance and cleaning point for MTB and e-bikes, as well as a rental service. Finally, NaturlandShop also offers guided routes and has a first aid service.
Tickets and passes
Several passes and tickets are available for purchase to enter the park, ranging from an all-day ticket that combines one or both park elevations, a pass for a specific activity or a pack of 2-day tickets for the whole family. Guided routes, whether hiking, equestrian, motorbike, or the entrance to the Bike Centre, are booked separately.
If you want unlimited access to adventure activities, you can get an Aventura+ ticket. This pass not only gives you access to all the same activities as the Aventura ticket, but also includes the Forestline, the Enbosca’t circuit and a fantastic evening descent on the tobotronc toboggan. There are a very limited number of tickets available and you’ll be able to exclusively enjoy the park until 9 pm.
For those who just want to be at Altitude 2000 and enjoy nature in all its splendour, there is the Rabassa ticket. This pass allows you to take the Secrets de Bosc guided route, visit the Nature classroom and Conangle farm, as well as try the Enbosca’t circuit. You also get a Bike Pass for one day.
Consult the link below and learn about all the available options.
Access to the park
Naturland is located 8 km (Elevation 1,600) and 16 km (Elevation 2,000) from the centre of Sant Julià de Lòria, along the Rabassa road. You can get there with your vehicle or by public transport, the Quart Bus, which will drop you off at either of the two elevations of the centre.
Opening times and further information:
This park is open almost every month of the year: weekends from the beginning of April to the end of June, in July and August, and until the beginning of September, and finally at weekends from the beginning of September to the end of November. It opens from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
There is a Wi-Fi service throughout the park and in both sectors you will have ticket offices to purchase your entrance, restaurant, toilets and picnic area in case you want to take your lunch with you!
Consult the centre's opening hours and availability here.
Come to Naturland, a space for all ages and any time of the year!
Paid access for motorized vehicles to Camp de Claror, Camp Ramonet, Port Negre and Coll de Finestres Sectors from Naturland in Sant Julià de Lòria.
To guarantee the conservation of our natural heritage, between 14 May and 3 December, guests wishing to access the Camp de Claror, Camp Ramonet, Port Negre and Coll de Finestres sectors by motorized vehicle will have to pay a fee.
Entrance fee: €25 per driver/vehicle per day.
Tickets can be purchased at Sant Julià de Lòria tourist information office or at the cabin located in the Cota 2000 car park at Naturaland Traffic control takes place in the Pimes Pass area.