You have stumbled upon my notes for visiting Andorra, a small country in the Pyrenees mountains located between Toulouse, France and Barcelona, Spain. These informational nuggets or tips for visiting Andorra are obtained from a variety of sources including my first hand observations, personal conversations, magazines, newspapers, websites, books and so forth. The point of this site is for me to keep notes on places I want to visit or have visited.
Best Time to Visit Andorra
If you want to ski or do other winter sports, then December through March would be the best time to visit Andorra. However, this is a peak time. Snow falls sometimes into May (even if resorts are closed by then) and as such, mid March through early April can be a good time to visit to skip crowds and lessen the budget blow.
If you want to hike or relax in warm temperatures, then it is best to visit Andorra in late May through September. May is typically rainy with half of the month experiencing some precipitation. October and November can be gray and rainy.
Fly fishing season is in the April through October timeframe
Other Information About Andorra
One of Andorra’s main exports is tobacco.
The skiing is not very advanced and so Andorra is good for skiers who aren’t looking for anything crazy.
Decent shopping country as it is a duty-free tax haven
Reach Andorra from the gateways of Barcelona or Toulouse.