Andorra is much more

Andorra   /    Andorra is much more

Fun, music and a great atmosphere

After a day of skiing, the après-ski atmosphere moves to the various bars at the foot of the slopes where people enjoy a drink, listen to the best live music, have fun watching the sunset and the arrival of the evening. 
The après-ski is here to stay, and every year has more followers. A good way to spend time with your friends and family sharing the experiences of the day or enjoying a delicious dinner in a restaurant at the resort or in one of the country bordes.

Time to shop

Andorra is a unique shopping destination. More than 1,500 shops and stores are concentrated to ensure that you find what you are looking after. Designer and luxury goods, fashion, jewellery, beauty, perfumes, pharmaceuticals or electronics can be found seven days a week.

Discover our culture

Inquisitive visitors can discover fantastic cultural itineraries, museums that describe the customs and local traditions, or the rich Romanesque heritage that has been with us the last 1,000 years.

Enjoy the authentic mountain cuisine

The “bordes” are traditional Pyrenean buildings made of stone and timber that in the past were used to store hay and farming tools. Nowadays most of them are cosy restaurants where you can enjoy authentic mountain cuisine such as “escudella” (a stew wich is an excellent choice to fight the winter temperatures), “trinxat” a tasty mix of meat and vegetables blended and fried, mountain rice or a plate of snails. Customers can also opt for top-quality contemporary and creative cuisine.

Accommodation to dream

Spending some days in Andorra is always an excellent choice. More than 300 tourist establishments that provide a total of almost 43,000 beds all over the country will guarantee it. Whatever your budget or nature you will find accommodation that suits you.

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Escape time

The presence of thermal waters in Les Escaldes was already known in the ancient times, rich in sulphur and minerals.  Thousands of visitors come every year to enjoy the waters in Caldea. 
The culture of water has taken deep roots, and many places have recently incorporated wellness areas into their services, some of which have a surface area of up to 5,000 m2.