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Best Time to Visit Andorra in 2024 for Skiing, Hiking, and Cultural Tours. Andorra Weather Guide

Best Time to Visit Andorra

  • Optimal: Late June to early September (pleasant weather for outdoor activities).
  • For skiing: December to April, with the best conditions in January and February.
  • Other favorable months: May, June, and September for hiking and cultural experiences.

Geography facts

  • Location: Southwestern Europe, nestled between France and Spain.
  • Area: Approximately 468 km².
  • Borders: France to the north and Spain to the south.
  • Landscape: Dominated by the Pyrenees mountains, with more than 65 peaks over 2,000 meters. Highest point: Coma Pedrosa at 2,942 meters.


  • Highland climate: Influenced by the mountains, with cold winters and mild summers.
  • Variability: Significant temperature and weather changes between valleys and mountain peaks.

Monthly Weather Snapshot


  • Predominant activity: Skiing. Resorts like Grandvalira offer excellent conditions.
  • Temperature: Mountain areas average -2°C (28°F), while lower areas see around 2°C (35°F).
  • Snowfall: Regular, ensuring good ski conditions.


  • Ideal for: Winter sports continue to thrive.
  • Temperature: Similar to January, averaging -2°C to 2°C (28°F to 35°F).
  • Snow quality: Generally maintains its consistency, perfect for skiing.
Andorra in winter (c)


  • Transition month: Snow begins to melt in lower areas, but skiing is still good in higher elevations.
  • Temperature: Slightly warmer, 0°C to 5°C (32°F to 41°F).
  • Outdoor activities: Late March is good for early spring hikes.


  • End of ski season: Some higher-altitude resorts still operate.
  • Temperature: 3°C to 10°C (37°F to 50°F).
  • Hiking: Trails start to become accessible for spring hiking.


  • Great for hiking: The landscape is lush and green.
  • Temperature: Pleasant, 7°C to 15°C (45°F to 59°F).
  • Cultural tours: Ideal time for visiting historical sites and enjoying local festivals.


  • Outdoor activities: Perfect for hiking and exploring nature.
  • Temperature: Comfortable, 10°C to 20°C (50°F to 68°F).
  • Long daylight hours: Ideal for longer day trips and excursions.


  • Peak summer: Best time for mountain activities.
  • Temperature: Warm, 12°C to 24°C (54°F to 75°F).
  • Festivals: Local festivals and cultural events are common.


  • Continued good weather: Ideal for outdoor sports and exploring.
  • Temperature: Similar to July, 12°C to 24°C (54°F to 75°F).
  • Busy month: Popular time for tourists, so expect more crowds.


  • End of high season: Fewer tourists, still great weather.
  • Temperature: Begins to cool, 8°C to 20°C (46°F to 68°F).
  • Hiking: Excellent conditions as the foliage starts to change color.


  • Autumn scenery: Forests turn colorful, great for photography.
  • Temperature: Cooler, 3°C to 15°C (37°F to 59°F).
  • Less crowded: Quieter time to enjoy the natural and cultural sights.
Andorra in autumn (c)


  • Pre-winter: Early snow in higher altitudes, preparing for ski season.
  • Temperature: Chilly, 0°C to 10°C (32°F to 50°F).
  • Indoor activities: Good time for museums and indoor cultural sites.


  • Winter and skiing: Ski season starts, with fresh snowfall.
  • Temperature: Cold, -3°C to 5°C (27°F to 41°F).
  • Christmas markets: Vibrant holiday atmosphere in towns and villages.

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