Living in Andorra

Why Andorra?



Andorra is one of the smallest states in the world with only 468 km² and is one of the five microestates on the continent, of which it is the second largest and most populous with a population of 84,082 inhabitants, of which 32,085 are of Andorran nationality.

Andorra has a population that allows the residents to live in contact with nature and at the same time to make life in the city. The country is divided into 7 parishes: Sant Julià de Lòria, Escaldes-Engordany, Andorra la Vella, La Massana, Ordino, Encamp and Canillo. 

Why live in Andorra?

  • For security, the practically non-existent crime index and the high level of security offered by the country, positions Andorra in one of the safest countries in the world.
  • For the climate, mountain and dry, with precious snow in winter and a good mild climate in the summer.
  • Varied educational offer: with Spanish, Andorran and French system.
  • Flexible labor market with a commercial and tourist tradition and with a solid and solvent financial system.
  • prosperous economy with a GDP higher than the European average.
  • A wide range of leisure activities: high mountain sports, skiing, golfing, hiking, cycling ... And with well-equipped sports centers.



The town of Canillo has all the charm of a high mountain village. Located in the Northeast of the country and where the valley is spectacular in all seasons: snow-covered in winter and full of mountain activities in the summer. It is formed by the villages of Soldeu, El Tarter, Ransol, Els Plans, Aldosa de Canillo, El Vilar, El Forn, Incles, Prats and Meritxell. In Canillo you can find the beautiful ski slopes of Grandvalira.

The most characteristic places of Canillo are: Grandvalira (ski slopes), the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Meritxell, the Ice Palace, the Church of San Juan de Caselles and the Golf Soldeu.



Encamp is characterized by a modern architecture without forgetting the traditions of the agricultural and livestock life of the ancient Andorra. It is located on the Northeast of the country and there is a road to France passing through "Pas de la Casa": the second town that together with Encamp (city) make up the parish of Encamp.

Located a few minutes on the transport or highway of Andorra la Vella, life in the city of Encamp is characterized by modern life, as well as by the important and commercial center of Pas de la Casa, which has an assortment of establishments adapted to skiing. The most remarkable points of Encamp are the ski slopes of Grandvalira, the historic center of Les Bons, the center of Snow Driving, the church of Santa Eulàlia and the Sacred Art Museum.



The urbanization of Ordino is perhaps the one that keeps the aesthetics of the mountain village of the whole valley of Andorra, because its urban development preserves the stone and wood facades and t same time its wonderful environment is composed by the magnificent forests and high mountains. It has eight villages that are characterized by loyalty to the traditions of rural and mountain Andorra: Ordino, El Serrat, Llorts, La Cortinada, Arans, Ansalonga, Sornàs and Segudet.

Ordino is a good bet to live in peace, surrounded by the beauty of the valleys and forests, filled with snow in winter and with a mild climate in summer. Ordino is a charming parish where to live. Some of the most important places in Ordino are: Vallnord: ski slopes, Areny Plandolit Museum, Casa Rossell, Andorra National Music Auditorium.


La Massana

La Massana is one of the highest towns in the western part of the country. The nature and the traditions of agriculture and livestock from ancient times and the ancient Romanesque art characterize the parish. Formed by six charming villages, La Massana is an ideal place for a second residence or for a peaceful life: Pal, Arinsal, Erts, Sispony, Anyós, Aldosa and La Massana.

In Aldosa, we find our residential complex of Bellmont, a quiet place with luxury homes and quality finishes just in front of an equestrian. An ideal place to live with the comforts of the city but located in the middle of nature. The relevant places of La Massana are: Vallnord, Casa Rull, the Rossell Forge Museum, the Comic Museum, the church of San Juan and the Church of Sant Cristòfol.


Andorra la Vella

Andorra la Vella is the capital of the Principality of Andorra. It is the smallest and the most populated at the same time. It is located at the confluence of the Valira del Norte and Valira d'Orient rivers, where Valira forms. It composes an urban sprawl of about 40,000 inhabitants with the population of Escaldes-Engordany.

It is the center of Andorra, where the headquarters of government, legislative and justice powers are established. It is the town with the highest number of people, a great variety of commercial establishments and a tourist center per excellence. Andorra la Vella is known for its shops, panoramic views where city life is developed with leisure and green areas.

The most prominent places are: La Vall house, the Church of Sant Vicenç d'Enclar and the Vall del Madriu (declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO). Andorra la Vella is a good bet for a house in a city with dynamism and with a more pleasant climate than in the higher towns.


Sant Julià de Lòria

The southern town and closest to the Spanish border, next to Catalonia, enjoys a warmer and more comfortable climate than the rest of the parishes of Andorra. It is formed by a total of 7 charming villages: Aixirivall, Aixovall, Aubinyà, Bixessarri, Certers, Fontaneda, Juberri, Llumeneres and Nagol, with a total of 8,500 inhabitants, making Sant Julià de Lòria a quiet town.

Sant Julià de Lòria is known for its festivals and cultural and sports movement. The most prominent places are: Naturlàndia, the Canòlich sanctuary (patron saint of Sant Julià), the Romanesque bridge of La Margineda, the Tobacco Museum and the Romanesque church Sant Cerni de Nagol. Sant Julià de Lòria is a good bet for a quiet housing and a bit more pleasant weather.



Escaldes-Engordany, is a parish that has experienced a significant tourist, commercial and demographic growth in the recent few years. Having Charlemagne Avenue as a backbone of commerce, it is a city that is characterized by its thermal waters, beautiful views and cultural movement.

City life, both modern and dynamic with the marvelous views of the valley, thermal springs and the natural environment of the Vall del Madriu defines Escaldes. The points of interest of Escaldes are: Caldea, the Church of Sant Pere Màrtir, Lake Engolasters and the Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley.

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Land Immobiliària, Carrer de l'Anglada, 2, Ordino, Andorra
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