OFICINA DE TURISME SANT JULIÀ DE LÒRIA

Plaça Laurèdia – Sant Julià de Lòria
AD600 – Principat d’Andorra
T. +376 744 045
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Principality of Andorra

The High Altitude Wine Meetings are held in the Principality of Andorra, a little country (468 km2 and under 80,000 inhabitants) between Spain and France, in the middle of the Pyrenees.

Distances:

Barcelona: 200 km  //  Madrid: 600 km

Tolouse: 185 km  //  ParIs: 850 km

Nearby airports: Barcelona i Toulouse

Andorra receives more than 8 million visitors a year,

Most attracted by the skiing in the winter and also by the variety of active tourism activities in the summer. Shopping, spas and gastronomy are the perfect complement to enjoy a unique experience in a country of just 468 km², where there is a perfect balance between nature and modernity.

The stage for numerous internationally renowned sports and cultural events, the principality of Andorra is consolidated as a centre for skiing, MTB, cycling or trial competitions, as well as for cultural events.

The Cirque du Soleil returns to Andorra for the seventh consecutive year, and this year does so with Rebel, an exclusive show that pays tribute to international male singers.

Its countryside is the basic trait on which its powerful service sector is based.

Until the arrival of tourism, Andorra had agriculture and livestock as the basic pillars to the country's economy. Today, even though they are not outstanding sectors in economic terms, they are key to maintaining the ecosystem and the Andorran countryside. And are basic to upholding Andorra’s tourist appeal.

Andorra, a little country with great historical and cultural heritage

The Principality can be proud of being a country with a rich millennial culture, which through the heritage that marks its scenery and the legends and traditions that have passed from generation to generation, defines what Andorra is today: a little country with a great historic and cultural heritage to discover.

  • More than 20 museums in just 468 km²
  • Romanesque art, that most present in Andorra

The high mountain flavours

If we think of Andorran cuisine, the first thing that comes to mind is the traditional mountain cuisine with excellent raw materials and dishes ideal for combating the winter cold.
However, Andorra is much more than that. Typical cuisine, Oriental cuisine, Italian specialities, exquisite signature ‘tapas’... More than 400 restaurants to fall into the temptation of any lover of good gastronomy.

For further information, visit www.visitandorra.com