Hidden in the mountains of Andorra are seven Tamarros. Find them all and help to keep their most dangerous enemy, Dirt, far away from our forests.
Find all the information you need to enjoy the safest possible holiday in Andorra and check current health protocols.
Andorra in summer is synonymous with adventure, in some of the safest conditions. And the best proof of that are our ski resorts, which are transformed into activity parks for all ages. Are you ready to experience the thrill?
In our country, the hard part is getting bored. Each parish offers entertaining activities, especially for the youngest members of the family. Have a look at some of our practical suggestions for experiencing Andorra with children in summer, which are sure to turn your trip into an unforgettable holiday. You'll come back for more!
If you want to work on your selfie skills, in Andorra we make it easy for you. Consult the map of selfie stands and give your creativity free rein!
Feel the adrenaline rush of the longest alpine toboggan in the world, in Naturlandia. Over 5 kilometres long!
Ice skating, hockey, music, children's events and more. Have fun with your loved ones on the ice at the Palau de Gel.
Surprise your kids with this spa area in Caldea designed for children. They have the right to relaxation too!
Jump on the Tourist Bus, one of the best ways to learn about Andorra's culture and take in its landscapes. Its tours will bring you in contact with Romanesque art, museums, Andorran customs, etc.
Andorra has many routes that will awaken the curiosity of your kids. You can discover the best of the summer here on this website. Take note and plan the perfect excursion!
The Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley offers teaching guides for younger visitors, to help them discover its secrets.
The Fontverd route is in the Vall de Madriu-Perafita-Claror , declared UNESCO Heritage of Mankind in 2004.
Iron sculptures, iron ore mines, rural cottages and incredible landscapes are just a few of the things you'll find at the Ruta del Ferro in Ordino.
The Comapedrosa Hut is at the foot of the highest peak in Andorra, between the Comapedrosa pass and the Estany de les Truites lake.
Our country’s full of surprises in summer, with lots of fun to be had. Find out what to do in Andorra with children when the summer comes.
Summer means fun in Andorra for children. There are even more options to have fun as a family, either in search of adventure, relaxation, culture or other activities. This page brings together some of the most interesting ideas for things to keep the little ones busy this summer. You’ll have a blast!
If you’re going to travel to Andorra with children, Naturlandia is always a safe bet if you’re looking for fun. It’s got it all! Exciting, adrenaline-filled attractions such as a spectacular balance circuit over 40 feet off the ground called Airtrekk, or an alpine slide that goes on for 3 miles, known as Tobotronc, the largest in the world. Ride a buggy, a pony, electric vehicles, quads and more. Also, this season you can spot the local wildlife that inhabit the animal park: wolves, lynx, deer... and even a grizzly bear! Of course, they’ll see it all safely from specially-made platforms.
Other interesting ideas in Andorra for children might see you take to the ski resorts of Grandvalira and Vallnord. When the snow disappears from the slopes there, the resorts become adventure parks with a lot of fun possibilities. Grandvalira Canillo sector becomes Mon(t) Magic, with theme activities and fascinating attractions, such as a zip-line over 550 yards long, or their tubbies and mini tubbies. Vallnord Pal sector, is no slouch when it comes to leisure and adventure activities either, offering mountain karts, buggy rides, climbing walls, slides and more. The Soldeu sector also becomes a Bike Park in summer, with circuits designed for children, like the children’s Wood Park.
Ice activities aren’t only for winter. In fact, the main rink of the Palau de Gel in Canillo is perfect for anyone missing the cold. There you can practise figure skating, ice-karting, hockey and any other you can think of on skates. You can also celebrate birthdays and events, with activities led by instructors and all the equipment you’ll need available at the centre.
In summer, there’s nothing better than a nice splash in the water. In Andorra, there are lots of options to enjoy a swim. The outdoor pools in our sports centres are a good option, as well as the bathing areas in wellness complexes, such as Anyós Park. Caldea deserves a special mention as the largest spa complex in southern Europe, and it also has outdoor spaces for summer with an area for children. Called Likids, it’s the perfect area for the little ones to enjoy their first experience at a spa.
As if all this weren’t enough, you can check our Summer calendar, where you’ll find many other plans to enjoy Andorra with children. With such prestigious shows as those from the Cirque du Soleil, plays, children’s concerts and much more.
We’ll be waiting!