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Cycling Holiday in Andorra

5 nights from £595.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • High altitude, incredible climbing
  • Ride some of the toughest stages of the La Vuelta a España
  • Glorious Andorran valleys and stunning views
  • Traffic-free roads snaking through the mountains
Cycling Holiday in Andorra
5 nights from £595.00
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WE LOVEThe Climbs
Andorra hosts some truly incredible. You'll struggle to find flat riding here as the Pyrenees dominates much of the picturesque Andorran Landscape. Some of the climbs you'll accomplish on this tour include La Coma D'Arcalis (2240m), Coll de la Rabassa (2037m) and Coll de la Galina (1910m).
WE LOVEFollowing in the Path of Cycling Legends
Andorra is the home to a number of professional riders. Its access to challenging climbs and altitude make it the perfect place to train. There's a good chance you'll come across pro riders working their way up the climbs or overtaking on the descents. Andorra has also featured heavily in La Vuelta over the years, providing a number of unforgettable moments over the years.

What's Included

Our suggested Andorra Cycling Holiday

We can tailor make this trip for you
Day 1Arrival in La Massana

Touch down in Toulouse or Barcelona airport. We’ll be waiting to take you to the 4* Magic Massana Hotel. Check in, relax and make full use of the spa. This evening your bike will be fitted before the first day of cycling tomorrow morning. Your trip can be fully tailored so let us know if you would like your holiday to be self guided or guided.

Day 2Coll D’Ordino and La Coma D’Arcalis

We recommend an ascent up the Coll D’Ordino. This climb sits at 1980m and was featured on Stage 11 of the 2015 Vuelta a España. Descend 10km down to the small village or Ordino for a drink before riding the La Coma D’Arcalis at 2240m). Tom Dumoulin won Stage 9 of the 2016 Tour de France on this climb so you will be riding on famous roads. Pass through the village of Cortinada before descending back to La Massana where you can rest up and enjoy a meal in the hotel or at one of the local restaurants.

Total distance70kmTotal climb1865m
Day 3La Rabassa and Collada de Beixalis

Today offers a long climb with 17km of ascent up the Coll de la Rabassa at 2037m.

Head down to Juberri before taking on the Beixalis pass for 8.7km at 600m. You’ll then end the day with a decent ton the road from Aldosa back to your hotel in La Massana.

Total distance80kmTotal climb2035m
Day 4Arinsal and the Coll de Cabus

We recommend a punchy day today where you can climb 1800m over just 60km. Ride through the village of Erts before climbing to the Arinsal Ski Station at 1900m for 7km. Near the top of the hill is the Comapedrosa peak of 2942m, the highest in Andorra. The climb is short but very demanding.

Head back into Erts where you will begin the ascent to Coll de Cabus at 2302m. This 15km climb is one of the most scenic routes in Andorra. Today’s ride will be one of the most picturesque so enjoy the views.

Total distance60kmTotal climb1800m
Day 5Port D'Envalira and Collada de Beixalis

Today is one of the most impressive cycling routes in Andorra. The Tour de France has passed over Port D’Envalira a total of 9 times since 1964, the most recent coming in 2016 where Peter Sagan was narrowly beaten to the finish by Michael Matthews.


Total distance75kmTotal climb2300m
Day 6Departure

Enjoy a relaxed morning and a leisurely breakfast in the hotel before transferring back to the airport for your journey home.

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What to ExpectFrom famous climbs to unforgettable views

Famous cols, idyllic valley rides as well and beautiful scenery everywhere you turn, the Pyrenees offers the perfect playground for a cycling holiday.  Andorran resident and BMC Racing Team member, Simon Gerrans, moved here from Monaco and said: “it’s a fantastic place to live quietly with a family and train with a lot of mountains”.

The principality between Spain and France boasts a unique, tranquil lifestyle. This, contrasted with the magnificence of the climbs, makes Andorra the perfect cycling holiday destination.

70km avg
Expect to ride an average of 70km per day
1800m avg
Expect to ride an average of 1800m per day

How's the Weather? in Andorra

The Spring March to May
The weather gets progressively warmer through late Spring. Andorra has a typical mountainous climate so in early Spring, it is cold and fresh and as Spring turns to Summer, it becomes much warmer.
The SummerJune to August
The Pyrenees is hot in the summer and a great time to enjoy the piercing green mountainscape and lush valleys
The AutumnSeptember to November
Autumn becomes progressively cooler and is the wettest time of the year but cycling in the early part of the season can be hugely enjoyable.
The WinterDecember to February
The snow falls in the winter and Andorra becomes a ski resort so cycling is off the menu,

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