Andorra is nature. It is an ideal space for the practice of outdoor sport activities, both in summer and in winter. This remarkable setting contains a unique Romanesque Heritage

Hiking and skiing are just two examples of the activities that you can practice in the Principality.

But we should not forget that Andorra is a millennial country: Romanesque art, museums and monuments, cultural itineraries, festivals and celebrations… They are a small sample of its rich historical and artistic heritage. Unveiling the secrets of the country is a beautiful experience knowing that two of the pillars of this civilization, respect for its origins and the love for nature, coexist in perfect harmony with the comfort, modernity and the latest technologies.

An exquisite gastronomy, a wide offer of good quality hotels, cultural and sports events of international interest… all these and much more is the Principality of Andorra.

the Caldea e Inúu Thermal Water Complex and the Naturlandia educational & adventure amusement park are a good first class offer of leisure and entertainment of top-level.

You will be able to experience the customs and traditions of the country by visiting the different society museums, exhibition spaces that explain the important transformation experienced by the Principality. In Casa Cristo, Casa Rull, Casa D’areny-Plandolit, in the Farga Rossell or at the tobacco Museum you will be able to understand the traditional Andorran society and its evolution. You will also find buildings, such as Casa de la Vall and the sanctuary of Meritxell, which will reveal the political and religious structures maintained for centuries. You will see traditional buildings where granite, slabs and wrought iron are the protagonists.

You will enjoy nature by travelling along the Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley, declared world heritage by UNESCO in the category of cultural landscape in 2004. You will understand the essence of the high mountains and discover the man traces in its purest state. Forges, bordas and Shepherd cabins are an example of what the Valley can offer you.

You will enjoy the Andorran Romanesque through small and simple churches. More than 40 temples, (of different architectural styles, maintly Romanesque), will take you to the life of the valleys inhabitants. In the past, they were a social and religious meeting point. Today They are one of the jewels of the Andorran culture: Sant Joan de Caselles, the sanctuary of Canòlich, Sant Miquel D’engolasters, Sant Martí de la Cortinada, the Church Santa Coloma… You will find them all in unique places, being part of our cultural heritage.

For additional and more precise information, so you can organize your visit, click on the following link:

What to do (Andorra Tourism official website, section ‘What to do’)