This summer, escape to Andorra for a couple of days to see some of the most beautiful mountain landscapes. Explore charming villages, breathtaking panoramas, dense and magical forests, views of peaks with more than 2,500 m of elevation and the immensity of Andorran nature.
We suggest a perfect two-day route to enjoy active tourism, hiking and the best of the mountains.
Start by packing your backpack and planning your best getaway to Andorra. Are you ready to live your own story?
Andorra la Vella
Start your day with one of the best natural views in the country: Sorteny Valley. In the nature park you can take one of the trails that lead to Estanyó Lake. Along the way you’ll be able to see some examples of Pyrenees fauna like marmots and ibex. You can also visit the botanical garden to quickly learn about the main flora species that you’ll find on the route.
And if you like hiking, you can summit l’Estanyó, one of the tallest peaks in Andorra at 2,915 m of elevation.
The park also has a staffed refuge where you can spend the night and have dinner surrounded by the beauty and tranquillity of the valley.
Sorteny Nature Park is a botanical paradise with more than 800 species of flowers and plants, some unique to the Pyrenees.
Vall de Sorteny
The Borda de Sorteny hut is at an altitude of 1,965 metres, in natural surroundings, just above Pleta de Sorteny.
After coming down from the Sorteny staffed refuge, head to Ordino to try the Segudet via ferrata. It’s an outdoor activity where you get an adrenaline rush while climbing the side of the mountain. It is a beginners route that you can combine with the more difficult Via de la Creu del Noral. At Tirolina Park in Segudet: an adventure park where you can dash along 16 zip lines or try canyoning in the canyon of the same name.
After an intense morning, get your strength back with a traditional lunch at one of the area’s mountain chalets. And to end the day, pick up some sporting gear in an afternoon of shopping on the high streets of Andorra la Vella and Escaldes-Engordany.
Tirolina Park is an adventure park where you can dash along 12 zip lines, measuring 200 m long and sitting at a height of over 100 m! Don’t miss it!
Plaça de l'Església
L’Eulari de Pal is in the centre of the village of Anyós, in the parish of La Massana.
Discover the Shopping Mile, Andorra's largest shopping area
There are many more itineraries available that might help you create your own route around Andorra. Have a look at these other proposals!