Andorra, Montserrat & Pyrenees Inclusive
7 Days Away - 2023
This lovely tour of contrasts explores the plunging valleys nestled in the tiny country of Andorra, along with the striking mountain range of the Pyrenees. Combining spectacular views with the fascinating history and culture of Andorra, this holiday has something for everyone!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel and ferry crossings
- First and last night on a bed and breakfast basis in France
- 4 nights at the 4-star Panorama Hotel, Andorra la Vella with:
- Welcome drink
- Dinner & breakfast
- Wine & water with dinner
- Free bar (8.30pm-10.30pm) on selected wine, beer & soft drinks
- Free tea & coffee
- Free excursion to Montserrat
- Scenic drive through the Pyrenees
- Free time in Andorra la Vella
Located high in the Pyrenees between France and Spain, the wonderful little principality of Andorra enjoys a high mountain climate in winter and a taste of the Mediterranean in summer.
Formed in 1278, today Andorra has become popular with skiers for its narrow valleys and mountainous landscapes, plus its favourable summer climate and duty-free goods attract coach tour visitors year after year.
Montserrat means ‘serrated mountain', and this rocky range offers magnificent views of some of the most unusual geological formations in the whole of Catalonia. Nestled between the peaks is the well-known site of the Benedictine Abbey, Santa Maria de Montserrat, which hosts the Virgin of Montserrat sanctuary, has links to the Holy Grail and is the centre of the Catalan faith. It contains the Black Virgin of Montserrat and is home to over 80 monks.
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Our scenic drive through the Pyrenees is the perfect way to experience the very best highlights this remote mountain range has to offer. Weaving its way along the border between France and Spain, this peaky patchwork is unforgettable.
From the vibrant market town of La Seu d’Urgell packed with arcaded streets and a striking cathedral, to the pretty lakeside Puigcerdà, bustling with bars and restaurants, there is so much to explore!
The charming ski village of Soldeu is well worth a look, and Lake Engolasters makes for an ideal photo stop.Back to top