Andorra for Hikers, Bikers and Golf Lovers
Andorra is a great destination, which offers its visitors and inhabitants a wide variety of mountain landscapes. Due to the various changes in altitude, changes in terrain typology and favorable climatic conditions, rich in variety, fauna and flora. Andorra is a paradise for those who enjoy outdoor activities, such as walking and skiing, cycling, etc.
We offer you ready made proposals, adapted to your current web offer or brochure/flyer publications, and we can include, on demand: route proposals, accomodations, local transports, activities, material rental, entrances to museums and attractions and guiding service in several languages.
*we are working on our bikers offers (available soon)
Have you ever been on a hike in a 468km2 tax-friendly co-principality in the heart of the Pyrenees? If not, then now is the time! If yes, then you will want to repeat for sure!
More than 80% of this beautiful country is PURE NATURE! Enjoy the more than 60 trails, the 3 nature parks of which one is UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE and one UNESCO BIOSPHERE RESERVE. Mix this great offer for nature lovers with an excellent gastronomy, interesting culture, and voilà: Hiking Paradise Andorra!
from 210€ per person
Only for real hiking fans! 3 nights in a 4-star hotel and 3 nights in a mountain hut (with 1 night in the rustic Cabana Sorda mountain hut or bivouac, our Sherpa and donkey bring food and drinks for BBQ (3rd night), and breakfast & lunchpack (4th day).
from 355€ per person
Explore four golf courts in & around Andorra: The highest golf course in Europe – Grandvalira (2250m), the Pitch and Put in la vall d’Ordino (La Cortinada) or the Pitch and Put at Xixerella Park & finnally discover Aravell Golf Club in Lerida (Spain) or Fontanals de Cerdanya Golf Club in Girona
from 215€ per person
Andorra offers a vast range of tourism activities. Hiking is just one of them. It gives you the opportunity to soak up the natural landscape around you, discover amazing spots and places and uncover the mysteries of its mountains. There are routes throughout the entire Principality, and plenty of different options, as Andorra boasts 3 nature parks: The Valley of Sorteny, the Valleys of Comapedrosa and Madriu-Perafita-Claror. The latter was classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2004.