Whether you are in the South-West, North or East Valley, the landscape is superb, sometimes vertiginous and abrupt, sometimes open and bucolic, even Mediterranean in some places. The panoramas are amazing and the high altitude lakes are of natural beauty. In Andorra, almost 90% of the territory, composed of mountains and forests, is unspoilt by any urbanization. Protection measures have been taken to protect the environment. The natural parks of the Comapedrosa Valley and the Sorteny Valley protect biodiversity that is often endemic to the Pyrenees. As for the Madriu Valley, it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, thanks to its subtle blend of wilderness and culture.
Hotels in gogo :
Andorra knows how to welcome its tourists as it should. The principality has an astonishing hotel capacity for its size, no less than 200 tourist accommodation classified from 0 to 5 stars and very well equipped. The quality of the equipment is also found in sports centres. They are ultra-complete complexes, very well integrated in towns and villages, often equipped with swimming pools, fitness centres, team sports fields, climbing walls, Spas for 4 and 5 stars... A true summary of well-being in the heart of the mountain! And because tourism must be accessible to all, Andorran hotels have facilities adapted to people with disabilities (ramps, elevators...). Finally, many hotels are suitable for family stays, and most of the time, children benefit from discounts or even free accommodation. In short, everything to make life easier for tourists.
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