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Your trip to the snow is much easier now: you can fly to Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell

This winter your skiing trip to Andorra will be much easier. As from 17 December, you can fly to La Seu d'Urgell airport with Air Nostrum Iberia Regional. Book your ticket now for this new connection, the first tourist route to fly to Andorra.

Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell airport

Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell airport is receiving commercial Air Nostrum flights this winter, making it the closest airport to Andorra's ski slopes.

Aeropuerto Andorra-La Seu D

International gateway 20 minutes from Andorra

Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell airport is located in the province of Lleida, just 17 Km from the border with Andorra.

Air Nostrum connects Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell, via Madrid, with over 80 national, European and intercontinental airports.

How to get around

A regular bus service offered free of charge by the government of Andorra connects Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell airport to the national station in Andorra la Vella. The journey takes one hour with stops along the way and the times are coordinated with the departure and arrival of Air Nostrum flights.

Fly to Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell

National and international connections via Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport.

Flight time: 1 hour and 50 minutes

Aircraft type: Discover the Air Nostrum ATR 72-600 


  • Christmas period. Route commences on Friday 17 December. From 19 December to 9 January: two frequencies per week on Thursday and Sunday.

  • From 14 January: Two frequencies per week on Friday and Sunday.

  • Departures from Madrid at 14:30 and from Andorra at 16:50.

Equipajes especiales

Check all the information on taking special luggage on the plane: conditions, prices...

Special baggage

Skiing in Andorra: main ski resorts

Now that it's much easier and faster to organise your getaway to the snow by flying to La Seu d'Urgell, take a look at the main ski resorts in Andorra:

Andorra ski resorts

The largest ski resort in Andorra, the Pyrenees and the whole of southern Europe. Enjoy its 210 kilometres spread across 139 slopes and seven sectors:

  • Slopes: 24 green, 54 blue, 42 red and 19 black.

  • Sectores: Canillo, Soldeu, Pas de la Casa, Encamp, El Tarter, El Peretol and Grau Roig. The sectors are connected by road and mountain passes and accessed by cable car and ski chair from the nearest town or by private vehicle which you can leave at the sector car park.

With options for different levels (including special slopes for children) and a wide range of activities to enjoy snow apart from skiing and snowboarding: mushing, snowshoeing, sledging, zip lining, igloo building, helicopter flights, the Mont Magic family park and plenty of après-ski leisure options, as well as cafes, shops, a nursery service and health centres.

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63 kilometres of slopes for all tastes and levels and a great range of entertainment services in the snow make Vallnord Pal-Arinsal a safe bet for your winter holidays.

  • Slopes: 7 green, 18 blue, 17 red and 4 black.

  • Sectors: Pal and Arinsal. Access is by cable car or vehicle. There's a car park at the foot of the slopes and a cable car to connect them.

This resort offers great experiences even if you don't ski, such as the Big Zip zip line, helicopter flights, snow trikes, a rope park and orienteering circuits, as well as shops and restaurants. You can also enjoy the magnificent landscape as a pedestrian thanks to the La Massana and Arinsal cable cars and the Pal Arinsal gondola. For two activities outside the snow season, check out the Vallnord Bike Park and the Vallnord Mountain Park.

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One of the most famous ski resorts in Andorra and southern Europe. It might not have as many kilometres of ski slopes as other places in Andorra, but it boasts some very special attractions related to its geographical location and terrain, making it a unique ski resort.

  • 30.5 kilometres of ski slopes: 9 green, 7 blue, 11 red and 2 black.

  • The resort has just one sector and all the slopes are perfectly connected by a system of conveyor belts, ropeways, ski lifts, ski chairs and cable cars.

Ordino Arcalís is a favourite with extreme freeride snowboarding fans, although you'll find slopes for all levels and a wide range of experiences, from the ski school for different ages to snowmobiles, nature experience excursions with Gicafer and snowshoeing routes. Shops, bars and restaurants, a nursery service and children's area complete the facilities available at this resort.

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A different type of proposal: Naturland is a Nordic skiing slope. 15 kilometres of slopes situated in an ecopark or adventure park, a multipurpose area where you'll also find other original recreational activities such as the famous Tobotronc (the world's longest sledge run through nature), Airtrekk (a 13.5 metre high wooden structure for testing your balance) and buggy circuits.

The resort also has a car park, equipment rental shops, a ski club, and bars and restaurants.

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Complete your trip to the snow: hotels in Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell

Where do you want to stay? We offer you the best prices at the nearest hotels to Andorra's ski slopes, with easy connections from Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell airport.


Andorra, more than skiing

Andorra has lots to offer. How are you going to spend the time you save by flying to Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell? Check the range of museums, cultural and historical attractions, events and restaurants.

FAQs related to your flight to Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell

Is there an airport in Andorra?

There is no airport in the Principality of Andorra. The closest one is Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell airport, 17 kilometres away, in the province of Lleida. All the other options are situated in a radius of approximately 200 kilometres: Toulouse-Blagnac, Carcassonne, Perpignan, Girona-Costa Brava, Barcelona-El Prat, Reus and Alguaire.

Is it possible to fly to Andorra?

Until recently, Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell airport in the province of Lleida, 17 kilometres from the border with Andorra, was only open to private flights. The closest destinations for commercial flights were situated some 200 kilometres away. Starting December 2021, Air Nostrum Iberia Regional will operate the first tourist route to Andorra: Madrid-Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell.

How can you get to Andorra and the snow?

The easiest and fastest way to reach Andorra is by plane, flying to Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell, the closest airport to the ski slopes. Starting this winter you can buy tickets to travel to Andorra on scheduled flights.

How do I get from La Seu d'Urgell airport to Andorra?

You can take the regular bus that connects Andorra-La Seu d'Urgell airport with Andorra la Vella. This is a free transport service offered by the government of Andorra. The times are coordinated with the departure and arrival of Air Nostrum flights. 

How long does it take to get from La Seu d'Urgell airport to Andorra?

The journey between La Seu d'Urgel airport and Andorra takes about 20 minutes by car. The journey by bus, with several stops along the way, takes approximately one hour.

I'm going skiing in Andorra. Can I take my equipment on the plane?

The aircraft Air Nostrum ATR 72-600 that covers the Madrid - Andorra-Las Seu d'Urgell route has a hold for special luggage, including sports equipment such as skis and snowboards. Check all in the information in the 'Special baggage' section on our website.

Are there any Covid travel restrictions for Andorra?

At the moment, there are no entry restrictions to Andorra for arrivals from any country in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, the United Kingdom, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican. Arrivals from other countries may enter Andorra on presentation of a vaccine certificate, negative Covid test or recovery certificate. Check your situation in our Covid requirements interactive search or find more information in official Andorra Tourism website.

What documents do I need to travel to Andorra?

Citizens of the EU and Schengen area do not need a visa to travel to Andorra. You can check your situation in the ' Documents page' section of our website.

Will I have to show any documents at the Andorran border?

Remember, although La Seu d'Urgell airport is only 20 minutes from Andorra, you need to cross the border between Spain and Andorra and en route you may therefore be asked to show your ID card or passport , and visa where appropriate. You may also have to pass a customs control (there are limitations on the amount of agricultural and industrial products you can take over the border). Please bear this in mind on your return journey in particular to avoid delays in reaching the airport. You can check all the information in official Andorra Tourism website.