Andorra has two frontier posts. On the French side at Pas de la Casa and on the Spanish side at La Farga de Moles. Both are open round the clock (www.duana.ad).
• citizens of EU member countries: national identity card or passport
• citizens of not EU countries: passport (in case you need visa to enter to Shengen territory, it must be "multientrance")
Coffee: 1,000 g of coffee or 400 g of extracts
Tea: 200 g of tea or 80 g of extracts.
Alcohol (*): 1.5 l of liquors of over 22 degrees or 3 l of liquors or aperitifs of under 22 degrees or sparkling wine / 5 l of table wine.
Tobacco (*): 300 cigarettes or 150 cigars (of under 3 g each) or 75 cigars (of over 3 g each) or 400 g of pipe tobacco.
Up to a value of 300 euros
Persons aged under 15, up to a value of 150 euros :
• but not more than:
• 2,5 kg of powdered milk
• 3 kg dof condensed milk
• 6 kg of fresh milk
• 1 kg of butter
• 4 kg of cheese
• 5 kg of sugar and sweets
• 5 kg of meat
• 75 g of perfume or 375 ml of eau de cologne
• Up to a value of 900 euros
• Persons aged under 15, up to a value of 450 euros
When you return to the European Union, you may take with you at no further cost the quantities of goods bought in Andorra shown on the table you can see on this page.
You must declare to the Customs all goods in excess of the limits shown on this table. You cannot accumulate duty-free allowances by value either between travellers or between agricultural and industrial goods.
Alcohol, tobacco, coffee, tea, perfumes and eau-de-cologne are limited by quantity and not by value. On the other hand, you have other goods such as milk, butter, cheese, sugar and sweets where value is what counts.
There is no need to declare to the Community Customs any goods which are not in excess of these limits on condition that they are for your personal use. Quantities allowed may vary depending on the traveller’s age.
Last but not least, enquire at any Community Customs office about special limits which may from time to time apply, particularly with regard to animal or vegetable products, live animals, endangered species, medicines, weapons and ammunition, art and collectors’ pieces, currency or means of payment.