Andorra is a little known destination in Europe and one of the smallest countries in the region.
Located in the east Pyrenees, Andorra is boarder by France to the east and Spain to the south.
Andorra has an impressive range of activities, as well as a wealth of natural resources.
In winter you can practice Snow sports in one of the two great alpine ski resorts and other activities related with snow, Grandvalira and Vallnord, and a Nordic ski center with activities and playground: Naturlandia.
It is also a culturally and architecturally vibrant place thanks to the heritage inherited over its more than thousand years of history.
Culturally, Andorra is known for its many Romanesque churches, chapels and bridges found in its every corner, in addition to its wide variety of museums.
with notable monuments being Santa Coloma Church and La Margineda Bridge.
Important festivities include the Escudella de Sant Antoni, Fiesta Mayor de Andorra La Vella, carnival and the medieval market.
There is more to Andorra than simply ski resorts and shopping.
These include horse riding, mountain karting or cycling, climbing, fishing and canyoning.
Everyone can enjoy outdoor adventure sports here in summer.