Pas de l'Esport

How to get there?

International transport

By plane

In fact, Andorra doesn’t have an airport, due to its location high up in the mountains. However, there are other possibilities for those who want to travel to the Principality by plane.

The closest airport, with the official name Andorra-La Seu Airport (LEU), is located in La Seu d’Urgell, a town bordering our country, and the capital of the Alt Urgell region (in the province of Lleida). The Spanish company Air Nostrum currently operates commercial routes to various destinations in Spain. The first to Madrid, which allows its passengers to use a wide range of international and intercontinental connections.

In addition to this neighbouring facility, Andorra has several international airports within a 200-kilometre radius, such as Toulouse-Blagnac (TLS), Carcassonne (CCF), Perpignan (PGF), Girona-Costa Brava (GRO), Barcelona-El Prat (BCN), Reus (REU) and Alguaire (ILD).

By train

The train is a good option for people coming from distant cities. The nearest train station is in France, in L'Hospitalet-près-l'Andorre located just 7 miles by road from the border. This station is served by trains from other major French cities, mainly in the south, such as Toulouse. For visitors coming from Spain, one good solution is the Lleida Pirineus station with high-speed trains (AVE) stopping there, 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.


  • Sants Station (Barcelona)
  • Lleida-Pirineus Station (Lleida)


  • Matabiau Station (Toulouse)
  • Andorre – Hospitalet-près l’Andorre Station (Hospitalet-près l’Andorre)

By bus

If you’d rather not get behind the wheel yourself, you can always take the bus. There are dozens of regular international routes connecting the Principality with various cities in Spain (Barcelona, La Seu d'Urgell, Lleida and Salamanca), France (L'Hospitalet-prés-l'Andorre and Toulouse) and even Portugal (Arcos de Vadeves and Porto).

Check companies, times and prices:




  • Barcelona Est. Nord-Ponts-Andorra la Vella (ALSINA GRAELLS)
  • Barcelona Est. Nord-Túnel del Cadí-Andorra la Vella (ALSINA GRAELLS)
  • Barcelona Aeroport (T1/T2)-Andorra la Vella (NOVATEL)
  • Barcelona Aeroport (T1/T2)-Barcelona Est. Sants-Andorra la Vella (AUTOCARS NADAL)
  • Barcelona Est. Nord - Solsona-Andorra la Vella (ALSINA GRAELLS)


  • Lleida Est. de BUS -Lleida RENFE -Escaldes-Engordany (MONTMANTELL)
  • Lleida Est. de BUS -Lleida RENFE – Andorra la Vella (ALSINA GRAELLS)


  • Hospitalet de l’Infant-Andorra la Vella (VIATGES MONTMANTELL)
  • Reus –Andorra la Vella (LA HISPANO IGUALADINA)


  • Salamanca-Andorra la Vella (VIATGES MONTMANTELL)


  • Tui-Escaldes-Engorday-Pas de la Casa (CAMINO BUS)




  • Toulouse SNCF- Aéroport Toulouse- Andorra la Vella (NOVATEL)




  • Arcos de Valdevez- Valença -Escaldes-Engordany (CAMINO BUS)
  • Arcos de Valdevez- V.P. de Ancora- El Pas de la Casa (COOPERATIVA INTERURBANA ANDORRANA) 


  • Porto – Andorra (CAMINO BUS)

By car

Due to Andorra’s unique location in the heart of the Pyrenees, all options to cross the border onto Andorran soil mean you’ll have to use the road. If you prefer to arrive by car on your own, you should know that access from Spain is via the N-145 road, in the southern area of Andorra, while access from France is by the east of the Principality, by the N22 road. Our country offers car rental agencies, which will help you better organise your trip. You may find the best route to Andorra from your place of origin using online tools such as:

  • Via Michelin;
  • Guia Repsol;
  • Mappy.

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


  • Madrid: 647 km;
  • Bilbao: 525 km;
  • València: 497 km;
  • Zaragoza: 331 km
  • Girona: 205 km;
  • Barcelona: 186 km;
  • Tarragona: 228 km;
  • Lleida: 182 km.


  • París: 836 km;
  • Bordeaux: 400 km;
  • Toulouse: 158 km;
  • Perpignan: 135 km;
  • Foix: 72,9 km.

Access road

The access for both public and private vehicles is through the CG-2 (Carretera General), which connects Andorra la Vella to Pas de la Casa. Along the road you will pass through different towns, such as Encamp, Meritxell, Canillo, Bordes d'Envalira. Once you arrive in Bordes d'Envalira, you have two options to reach the village of Pas de la Casa.

  • The first option is passing the Port of Envalira, a curiosity of this one, it is the highest port of Andorra with 2408 m of altitude. The distance is 10 km.
  • The second option is to go through the tunnel of Envalira, this one is paying and costs 7 € per vehicle of class 1. It has a distance of 4.5 km.

Once you have reached the village of Pas de la Case, there are parking lots for vehicles, buses, campers and also the 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 those who arrive at the event with their vehicle, at Pas de la Case we have several communal parking lots, and in the lower part of the village you will find a large number of blue zone parking lots with 700 parking spaces.

These are the gated and covered parking lots in Pas de la Case. These have a capacity for 2806 vehicles. In total, there are 3506 parking spaces in Pas de la Case, between the municipal parking lots and the blue zone.

For more information, visit or call +376 856 756.