Campsite Andorra

The country of Andorra, also known as the Principality of Andorra is the shopping and skiing destination par excellence between the South of France and the North of Spain in the Midi Pyrenees. It is indeed famous for its cheap products but also for its huge snowy slopes on the mountains of the Pyrenees. It also charms the visitors by its authenticity and its natural look.

But Andorra is also a paradise for sporting holidays close to nature. Skiing, hiking, mountain biking and many other activities are offered to the whole family throughout the seasons. Its natural heritage, its spectacular mountain scenery and its charming villages nestled in green valleys make the region an ideal vacation destination for camping.

Situation of Andorra in relation to the campsite

The Le Sédour campsite is a family campsite, located in the small town of Surba, two minutes from Tarascon in Ariège. This three star campsite is located one hour and a half drive from the country of Andorra. If you want to discover everything that makes the particularity of this magnificent country, the campsite le Sedour*** welcomes you with open arms.

Thanks to its privileged location, in the heart of the Parc Régional Naturel des Pyrénées de l'Ariège, this establishment will delight the great lovers of nature and the great outdoors. It is moreover bordered by streams and is established in a green setting of 1.5 hectares where you can find peace and serenity. It is also prized for its proximity to the unavoidable sites and ski resorts of the Ariege but also to key destinations such as the Principality of Andorra. Throughout the year, many activities are proposed to you to fill all your desires of stay.

Andorra, a principal to discover during your vacations at the Campsite

Camping Le Sédour offers the rental of mobile homes and outdoor pitches for your vacations near Andorra. Holidaymakers will have the choice between renting high comfort mobile homes, staying in chalets or sleeping in tents, camper vans and caravans on dedicated pitches. It is even possible to spend your stay in the unusual accommodation Coco Sweet. While the vacation rentals are perfectly equipped, the caravan pitches are spacious and shady. Amenities, TNT, Wifi are some of the services you can enjoy on site. The campsite is open all year round to make you live unforgettable moments in this region at any season.

Your Andorran stay will be to suit your desires. You can direct your vacations at Camping Sédour towards the discovery of nature by discovering the mountains and the Madriu valley through hiking, climbing, mountain biking, horseback riding, white water sports... The culture lovers will find their happiness by visiting the picturesque sites and architectural treasures of La Massana, Ordino or the Canillo.

Ski resorts such as the famous Grandvalira and Vallnord are a must for winter sports lovers and snow lovers. Activities not to be missed include shopping in towns such as Pas de la Casa and Andorra la Vella; but also a wellness break in the thermal area of the Caldea in Escaldes-Engordany, the most important in Europe.

The Pas de la Case, flagship city of Andorra

During your vacations at Le Sédour campsite, the Pas de la Case is a city not to be missed. It is part of the town of Encamp and is ideally located at the foot of the Andorran mountains. This flagship town of the Principality of Andorra is as popular for its ski slopes as it is for its stores and businesses offering tax-free products. Whether for shopping or skiing, the Pas de la Casa is a must to discover. Other activities such as mountain hikes are also optional.

The architectural heritage of this city is also a good reason to visit it. It is up to you to discover at your own pace the church of Santa Eulàlia XI-XII centuries, the church of Sant Miquel and Sant Joan de la Mosquera from the XVI-XVII centuries or the church of Sant Père du Pas de la Case from the XX century. The restaurants in the city center and at the bottom of the ski slopes invite you to a gourmet break with a view between two walks.

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