How to get there?

International transport

By plane

It's true that Andorra doesn't have an airport, due to its particular location in the high mountains. However, there are other options for those wishing to reach the Principality by plane. The nearest airport, Andorra - La Seu Airport (LEU), is in La Seu d'Urgell, a town on the border with Andorra, capital of the Alt Urgell region (province of Lérida). Currently, the Spanish airline Air Nostrum operates commercial routes to several destinations in Spain, the first of which, Madrid, offers a wide range of international and intercontinental connections. Andorra also has several international airports within a 200-kilometer radius, including Toulouse-Blagnac (TLS), Carcassonne (CCF), Perpignan (PGF), Girona-Costa Brava (GRO), Barcelona-El Prat (BCN), Reus (REO) and Alguaire (ILD).

By train

The train is a good means of transport for those coming from distant towns. The nearest station is in France, at L'Hospitalet-près-l'Andorre, about 11 kilometers from the border by road. This station receives trains from other major French cities, particularly in the south of the country, such as Toulouse.

For those coming from Spain, an interesting alternative is the Lleida Pyrénées station, where high-speed trains (AVE) arrive, mainly from Madrid, Puerta de Atocha and Barcelona Sants.

Look for the nearest station on on the map and the bus lines that connect to Andorra. You also have the possibility of renting a car.

By bus

If you don't want to drive, you can take the bus. Dozens of regular international lines link the Principality to several cities in Spain (Barcelona, La Seu d'Urgell, Lérida, Saragossa, Burgos, Soria or Valladolid), France (Toulouse) and even Portugal (Bragança, Mirandela, Vila Real, Viana do Castelo, Porto, Guimarães or Vila Praia de Âncora).

By car

Given Andorra's unique location in the heart of the Pyrenees, all options for crossing the border and reaching Andorra are by road. If you have decided to come by car, from Spain, access is via the N-145 from La Seu d'Urgell. From France, access is via the N-22, N-20 or N-320 (Puymorens pass and tunnel).

You can plan your route to Andorra using these online tools:

Remember that Andorra has an efficient public transport network and several car rental agencies

Access road

Access for both public and private vehicles is via the general road CG-2 from Andorra la Vella to Pas de la Case. Along the way, you'll pass through several villages, including Encamp, Meritxell, Canillo and Bordes d'Envalira. Once in Bordes d'Envalira, you have two options for reaching the village of Pas de la Casa.

  • The first option is to go over the Col d'Envalira, the highest pass in Andorra at 2408 m altitude. The distance is 10 km.
  • The second option is to go through the Envalira tunnel, which is subject to a toll and costs €7.50 for class 1 vehicles. This tunnel is 4.5 km long.

Once in the village, there is parking for cars, coaches, and campers, as well as a bus stop.

Public transport

In Andorra we have a service of regular lines that facilitate the access to different villages of Andorra. The line that connects Andorra la Vella with Pas de la Casa is the L4 line. It operates every day.

To consult the schedules and frequencies, please visit the website of

Parking area at Pas de la Case

For participants arriving at the event with their own vehicles, Le Pas de la Case has several communal parking lots and many blue zone parking lots.

The gated and covered parking lots in the Pas de la Case village have a parking capacity of 2,806 vehicles. For full details, visit or call +376 856 756.

In total, in the Pas de la Casa village, between the communal parking lots and the blue zone, there are 3506 parking spaces.