Andorra is one of Europe’s privileged destinations for its extensive and beautiful natural spaces ideal for any traveler who loves hiking and outdoor sports.
One of its main natural spaces for hiking is the Sordeny Natural Park, here we find routes over a hundred kilometers in length, highlighting the Juberri-Sisponi route.
Within this natural park we can see signposted routes that go from the ten kilometers and we will find shelters to rest in each section or to spend the night if we want to regain strength to continue with the walks the next day. It is important to note that in this principality there are strong climatic changes so we must always be prepared against any inclement weather.
It is important to indicate that the Sordeny Natural Park is not only ideal to visit because of its natural spaces, but also, because it is a natural park qualified by the principality as the only one being considered as the jewel of the Andorran Pyrenees (it also boasts more than seven hundred species of plants and an immense variety of fauna).
Other ideal destinations for hiking are the Ordino Valley and the Sordeny Valley, where we will also find a Botanical Garden.