Famous places in Andorra
Andorra is a small country, boasting lovely mountain scenery, which is often overlooked on travel itineraries. But despite its size, Andorra is well-known as a winter destination in Europe for its superb ski hills, while popular things to do in summer include hiking and mountain biking. Made up of several small towns and villages tucked between tall mountain peaks, Andorra lies just three hours' drive from Barcelona to the south and Toulouse to the north, making it an ideal day trip if you're pressed for time.
Centre Termolúdic Caldea (Caldea Thermal spa)
It is Europe’s largest spa complex with a glass-pyramid shaped building situated in the capital, established in 1994.
It has 18 floors, 80 meters in height, and with more than 6,000 square meters of area.
It has several facilities numerous lagoons (both indoor and outdoor), many saunas and Jacuzzis, as well as its specialized spa areas featuring Indo-Roman baths, cascades, warm marble slates, and even a grapefruit pool.
Due to its use of the mineral-rich warm waters that emerge from the city's thermal source, a visit to this unique spa complex is one of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences that is not soon forgotten.
Sant Joan de Caselles Church
Sant Joan de Caselles Church is Considered one of the country's finest Romanesque churches dates back to 11th century.
It built entirely from stone and wood, with some amazing pictorial interior,most notably its fine interior decorated with excellent frescoes, dating from 1525.
It is situated in the small village of Canillo, it is registered as a heritage property in the Cultural Heritage of Andorra.
The entrance is free, and all the visitors are offered to use free parking for the first 2 hours of their visit.
La Cortinada and Sant Martí Church
Església de Sant Martí de la Cortinada is a church located in La Cortinada, Andorra.
It is a heritage property registered in the Cultural Heritage of Andorra.
It was built originally in the 11th-12th century and rebuilt in the 17th century.