Walking Holidays in Andorra

Nestled high in the Pyrenees Mountains, the tiny country of Andorra borders both France and Spain. Also known as the ‘Principality of the Valleys of Andorra’, Andorra is well known for its unique mountain walking, offering unforgettable views over vast lakes and lush countryside. The highest mountain in Andorra is Coma Pedrosa at a sizeable 2943 metres! Its capital city, Andorra la Vella, is the highest capital city in Europe and is characterised by its Romanesque old stone streets, the striking church of Saint Stephen and its historic parliamentary building. Andorra has been a member of the United Nations (UN) since 1993, and although not a member of the European Union (EU), the Euro has been their official currency since 1999, before which they used the French franc and the Spanish peseta. The official language of Andorra is Catalan however the majority of Andorrans are trilingual, so as well as Catalan, many are also fluent in Spanish, French or Portuguese; English is also very widely spoken. The Andorran cuisine also takes on many influences from its neighbouring countries serving delicious dishes of cured meats, fresh fish and hearty mountain stews.

New Experience Holidays offer the very first hotel-to-hotel trek across Andorra – see the listings below for more details.


Andorra - Rugged Pyrenees

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This intriguing landlocked principality, situated high in the Pyrenees boasts isolated refuges, medieval villages, soaring mountain passes and the beautiful tranquillity of...

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