Andorra is a small country on the Iberian Peninsula in Europe, located in the middle of the mountains of the Pyrenees between Spain and France in the south to the north.
How to go ?
This is all so the only solution knowing that no airport or railway station exist in Andorra …
From Toulouse and Foix, take the N20 to Puymorens tunnel, then the N320 and N22 to the border at Pas de la Casa.
From Perpignan to Prades in the direction of the picturesque N116 where it goes directly to Bourg-Madame, Toulouse follow to reach the border at Pas de la Casa. In case of snow at the Col de Puymorens, the ideal is to pass through Spain to Puigcerdà and La Seu d’Urgell via the N-260 and N-145.
– From Spain
From Madrid and Aragon: follow the motorway AP-2 to pay Lleida (access by LL-12 …). Take the direction of La Seu d’Urgell and follow the principality of the N-145 which is anyway the only possible.
From Barcelona: The most convenient is to follow Highway 16 through C-Manresa and Berga, do not forget that the passage through the tunnel is also charged Cadi!
From Girona, take the C-66 and A-26 expressway bypassing Olot and the C-26 to Ripoll (or N-260 for a more scenic route …). Skewing the N-152 via the Col de Toses (still a dizzying route …) until Puigcerdà where we follow the direction of Andorra.
There are regular services from Toulouse in particular by some private companies as well as from Spain.
Accessible from Perpignan change in Latour-de-Carol and Toulouse live from, but does not penetrate the principality. The station is still on French territory under the name “L’Hospitalet-Pres-l’Andorre” and then a shuttle supports travelers who wish to enter the principality.
What to see ?
Furthermore appearance of huge supermarket, the Principality of boxes full of nature that would be a shame to overlook.
Serra dels Corrals view from the Port of Cabús.
The Col de Cabus (or Port Cabús in Catalan …) which culminates at 2301 meters marks the administrative border between Andorra and Spain without that there are panel or customs office. The only way to recognize this point at the end of road is the abrupt transition to a stony path. Breathtaking views of the Serra dels Corrals and horses (sometimes bulls …) characterize the release site.
Follow the CG-4 after La Massana and Pal to get there, the journey takes just over half an hour from the capital. It should however be aware that access is impossible in the snow, if left untreated the roadway.
The rugged Port del Rat.
Other parts available to wild nature lovers such as Port del Rat which is at the end of the road CG-3 to a half-hour of Ordino, a veritable “no man’s land” dotted with tiny bodies of water.