Trip to the Pyrenees
As a small state sandwiched between Spain and France, Andorra offers, thanks to its location, mainly mountain hiking and skiing in winter. You will create a basic view of the ground in just one day. If you want to conquer some of the local Pyrenees peaks, count on at least another two days
Places of interest in Andorra
You will not find many important monuments in Andorra. In the capital there is an interesting stone palace Casa de la Vall and the church of Sant Esteve. Next to the town of Encamp is the castle Castell de les Bons.
Article: Passage through Andorra
We drove through Andorra, the smallest European country, on our trip and stayed only two days. We managed to run to the highest… continue reading
Mountain hiking in Andorra
If you are already in Andorra, be sure to take a mountain climb. The ascent to the highest peak of the country, Coma Pedrosa, is classic. Another famous three peak massif is the Pic de Casamanya. The hike around the many lakes to the top of Pessons is wonderful
Article: Ascent to Coma Pedrosa
Coma Pedrosa is the highest peak of the Principality of Andorra at 2,942 meters above sea level. At the ascent you will find… continue reading
Article: Ascent to Pic de Casamanya
Pic de Casamanya actually has three peaks separated by shallow saddles. The main peak is considered to be Pic Oest de Casamanya… continue reading
Article: Ascent to Pessons
Pessons with a height of 2,864 m above sea level is a beautiful mountain. However, it would not be particularly special in itself… continue reading
Article: Ascent to Pic de Tristaina
A monumental yet relatively easily accessible mountain on the border between Andorra and France. Pic de Tristaina (or also Pic de… continue reading
Exit to the highest pass of the Pyrenees
Road to France
The crossing from Andorra to France via the Port d´Envalira is also interesting. In addition, you can take several other ascents from the pass, for example to Pic Maià (2,614 m above sea level) or to Pic d'Envalira (2,823 m above sea level)
Article: Driving through Port d´Envalira
The road leading through the highest Pyrenees road pass Port d´Envalira (2,408 m above sea level) is the only connection between… continue reading
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