Campsite Andorre

In the centre of the Pyrenees between France and Spain, nestles the small principality of Andorra. Although it attracts many visitors in winter, who come to enjoy the 300 km of ski slopes, the principality does not lack assets to seduce in any season.

Nature activities in Andorra

As in Ariège, the country has many facilities offering various outdoor activities that will allow you to discover its crystal-clear lakes, its trails and its mountains such as the Coma Pedrosa peak (the highest in the Pyrenees).

For those who want to be adventurous, the programme includes an alpine slide, a zip line, a pedal jeep, buggies and much more.

Discover Andorra and its cultural heritage

Andorra's cultural heritage is often overlooked, but it is well worth the diversions! During your visit, you can discover a large number of architectural monuments, museums and Romanesque churches (Sant Cristofol D'Anyos church, Santa Coloma church, Sant Joan de Caselles church and many others). Many of them offer guided tours in summer.

Among the many museums in the country, there is something for everyone: the Perfume Museum, the Museum of Sacred Art, the Automobile Museum, the Motorcycle Museum, the Postal Museum, the Ethnographic Museum, etc.

Andorra and its picturesque villages

Ordino is a village of character with a significant historical and tourist heritage. Lovers of old stones will enjoy strolling through its streets and contemplating the surrounding nature, as well as discovering the various cultural activities. For example, you can follow the Iron Route to understand the different facets of the country or visit the Areny-Plandolit House Museum. A few kilometres away from Ordino is an equally charming village called La Cortinada, where you will find the Cal Pal mill and sawmill.