All Other Destinations and Attractions in Andorra
Gran Valira Valley
Between Andorra la Vella and Les Escaldes the Valira d'Orient and Valira del Nord join to form the Gran Valira river, which flows south towards the Spanish frontier.
Santa Coloma Church
On the right of the main road to Spain, in the little village of Santa Coloma, is a fine Romanesque church with a round three-stage tower very different from others in the principality. It contains a much venerated 12th century statue of the Virgin of Coloma. On the arched entrance are Mozarabic frescoes. The church has a notable medieval font. Above the village is the 12th century castle of Sant Vicenç, built by Roger Bernat, Count of Foix.The road continues past another medieval bridge, the Pont de la Margineda, to Sant Julia de Lòria (alt. 939 m/3,081ft), from which a narrow road winds its way up to the church of Sant Cerní de Nagol, which has fine Romanesque frescoes. The church of Sant Julià de Lòria has a Romanesque bell-tower, a figure of the Virgin of the same period and a 17th century crucifix.
Ordino-Arcalís Ski Area
Located in the far northwest of Andorra, this ski area is perfect for beginner to intermediate level skiers. In the summer this region offers some spectacular hiking opportunities.
Arisnal and Pal Ski Area
Near the village of La Massna can be found the ski areas of Arinsal and Pal. Both of these are good beginner to intermediate ski hills.
Soldeu-El Tarter Ski Area
Soldeu and El Tarter are separate villages connected through their ski lift systems.