Nestled in the Pyrenees Mountains is the glorious vacation hot spot Andorra. This principality is a favourite Western European destination, situated on the French border, where you can spend lovely vacations in a Holiday Cottage Languedoc, and the Spanish border, where you'll find beautiful Villas Costa Blanca. Andorra holiday apartments and rentals are available in several cities. This includes the capital Andorra la Vella, the small gorgeous north western village Arinsal, Sant Julia de Loria next to the Spanish border and the quiet parish of Ordino. This Pyrenean region offers some amazing cuisine; its location has resulted in stark Spanish and French influences and therefore it benefits from some fantastic flavours, dishes and spices.
Andorra is one of the favourite European ski-slope and mountain-climbing capitals. The most popular skiing areas include Vallnord and Grandvalira. Vallnord is accessible via La Massana and Grandvalira and is made up of six separate areas. These are: Pas de la Casa, Soldeu, Arcalis, Arinsal, Pal and Arinsal-Pal. There are many log cabins at the ski-resorts offering a range of comfortable holiday homes. Hiking is possible in the mountain ranges of Andorra. There are special holiday apartments Andorra situated in the slopes that provide climbing tours and walks. At the foot of 9,652 ft Coma Pedrosa is where most hikes begin. Possible treks include Pic de Médécourbe, Pic de Coma Pedrosa, Camí del coll de les Cases and Montmantell lakes and the Pic del Pla de l'Estany, all of which offer stunning views of Andorra and its neighbouring countries. The Himàlaia Hotel in Soldeu even gives hikers the chance to join a walking team of guides who discover untrodden routes and show hikers existing routes.
Caldea is a famous spa and swimming pool complex and can be found in the picturesque capital city Andorra la Vella. Featuring an elegant glass spire, the spa is an attraction not to be missed, and it also doubles up as a perfect place to stay. For another great spa area, check out Bad Füssing in Bavaria.
Andora's capital is rich in culture, featuring the Església de Sant Esteve - a Romanesque church, and the church of Santa Coloma d'Andorra, built in the 9th century. Recently, nearly £40 million has been invested in cafés and restaurants in the peaks, chairlifts and gondolas, car parks and snow machines, making it an extremely up and coming micro-country. With 2000 shops, Andorra is certainly a haven for those who love to buy new things, similar to places like nearby Valencia and Greater Lisbon, Portugal. There is one shop for every 40 inhabitants and due to tax benefits Andorra is full of low cost souvenirs and goods such as alcohol - a perfect area for buying loved ones lots of presents. Full of fresh air, impressive mountainous scenery and beautiful buildings, this really is the ideal spot for anyone, especially shopaholics!
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