Andorra has a wide range of cultural and sporting events in the open air for you to have fun and enjoy what you like best.
We have selected for you the most important ones so that you can plan your getaway this summer.
If there is one thing that makes Andorra stand out, it is the large number of mountain-related competitions organised every summer.
– The Andorra Multisport Festival
Between the last weekend in June and the first weekend in July, this event is made up of 5 races, including foot races, mountain biking, road cycling and even an ironman.
– The Skyrace Comapedrosa
The Skyrace Comapedrosa is a high mountain footrace that is very popular with trail running enthusiasts, where participants climb the highest peak in the Principality: Comapedrosa. The 15th edition will be held on 22 July, starting from Arinsal (La Massana).
– The Multisegur Volta als Ports of Andorra
On 23 July the country’s oldest cycle touring race is held with 5 routes of different distances, starting from La Massana and finishing at the Parc Central in Andorra la Vella.
– The Vallnord Mountain Bike World Cup
One more year the Bike Park of Pal hosts a new edition of the UCI Mountain Bike Series. On this occasion, it will take place from 22 to 27 August.
– La Vuelta a España
On 28 August, one of the great road cycling competitions returns to Andorra, which will be the end of the third stage and the beginning of the fourth. What is guaranteed is that we will once again see the greatest riders climbing Andorra’s most emblematic mountain passes.
You can consult the calendar of sporting events here.
Nights are getting longer!
Good temperatures and longer days invite you to go out, have an ice cream on a terrace or attend open-air concerts. Andorra also has a good range of events on offer.
– Jazz Andorra Escaldes-Engordany
From 29 June to 6 July Escaldes organises its annual jazz festival, with street performances, concerts and other activities with internationally renowned groups and soloists.
– FESTA, the new Cirque du Soleil show
In July the Canadian company will present a new show that you can only see in Andorra to celebrate 10 years of collaboration with the country. The acrobatics, rhythm and great scenery will make you relive the magic of Cirque du Soleil.
– Nights at the museums
In summer, Andorra’s museums organise very special tours, with dramatised visits, small concerts and themed routes.
– Popular festivities
Whenever you come, there’s sure to be a town or local celebration that you can join in. Start the season by celebrating the night of San Juan in Andorra and join in the tradition of going out into the streets to watch the fallaires burn and turn large wheels of fire (the fallas). In the end these fallas are used to light the bonfires that will burn during the shortest night of the year. If you still don’t know our traditions, this is the ideal occasion, as we open on the weekend of San Juan. Book your room here.