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Andorra has it good. Nestled in the eastern Pyrenees and with an average elevation of just short of 2,000 metres, this pocket-sized country boasts more snow in winter than some of its resort neighbours, bearable summer temperatures, more than 300 days of sunshine each year and a plethora of heart-warming vistas. Maybe that’s why Andorra ranks third-highest in the world in terms of average life expectancy.
Book a break here and find out what all the fuss is about. The fresh mountain air, the delicious food, the opportunities to get active… you might not want to leave!
Talks of a commercial airport in Andorra are still ongoing. Until a time when this long-awaited airport opens, visitors will continue to fly into France or Spain and make their way to Andorra. For this reason, you might want to consider booking car hire from Perpignan or Toulouse airports in France, or from Spain’s Barcelona or Lleida airports.
If you plan to make your way to your Andorran retreat via public transport, taxi or shuttle, then you can collect Andorra car hire from a convenient downtown location close to your accommodation.
Book car hire in advance to secure the best rates. You can compare prices when you use the search tool on TravelSupermarket.
With car hire, Andorra becomes a holiday playground. Break out your sense of fun and enjoy the best bits of this friendly nation...
Andorra la Vella is the capital city of Andorra. The rooftops shimmer like a lake at the base of a valley that is emerald green in summer and sugar white in winter. Even if you don’t stay here you should visit to check out the shops, restaurants, churches and monuments.
In spring, summer and autumn this splendid little mountain bolthole of a country is populated by visitors who hike on winding trails, cycle along mountain roads, fish in the glassy lakes, relax in high-altitude spas and get the adrenaline pumping by climbing, running, canyoning and a variety of other extreme methods of sightseeing.
There’s only one main road through Andorra and it takes around an hour to travel from one end to the other. Take the time though to turn left or right along this highway, discovering picturesque mountain towns, eateries packed with locals and in-the-know visitors, and museums that reveal the past. Zigzag along climbing roads where every few hundred metres the views become more wonderful.
Of course the main reason that visitors flock to Andorra is the snow-laden slopes of winter. Having a car makes it easy to journey between your resort and anywhere else that tickles your holiday fancy. Get ski passes for Vallnord, which covers the areas of Arinsal-Pal and Arcalis, or for Grandvalira, which includes ski areas such as Soldeu. The beauty of having a car means that you can easily travel between all of the best ski areas.
More than 10million visitors arrive in Andorra every year, so it’s wise to get car hire organised as soon as you’ve booked your flights and hotels. Get a great deal on every element of your Andorra holiday when you use TravelSupermarket to compare prices.