Nature is one of Andorra’s great assets and attractions. And while it can be enjoyed in different ways all year round, now, with the arrival of the good weather, the many routes through its incomparable landscapes are particularly enticing.
Andorra has three national parks: the Sorteny Valley, the Comapedrosa Valley, and the Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley. These are not the only places to go hiking, however, because you can also visit the infinite peaks, lakes and ponds dotted around a country where 90% of the surface area comprises natural spaces. As well as hiking in Andorra, you can also go cycling or horse riding, an original way of discovering nature and history.
With the guidance of experienced professionals who will help you discover the ‘Country of the Pyrenees’, enjoy a change of scenery, disconnect from the daily grind, and come to Andorra.
At illa Carlemany, the centre of Andorra, you’ll find a wide range of establishments dedicated to the world of sport, where you can get equipped for your adventure with everything from the basics to the most professional equipment. Haglöfs (1st floor) and Salomon (ground floor) are good examples of prestigious brands that, thanks to their experienced staff, can advise you on what you will need to make your experience in nature perfect.