Andorra is one of the most remarkable tourist enclaves in Europe. Located between France and Spain, at the heart of the Pyrenees.

It is a perfect destination to get lost among great landscapes, discover the corners of the highest mountains, and enjoy its towns, shopping, spas, gastronomy, and a multitude of activities.

Andorra is known as a winter destination for skiing. But it is so much more, with multiple offerings that travellers can enjoy any time of the year.



Our official travel partner, Nirvana Europe, specializes in sports travel and offers:- 

  1. Accommodation

  2. Registration pick up at the hotel

  3. Merchandise discount

  4. Airport meet and greet with transfers to and from the airport

  5. Shuttle service on the day of the event before and after the event

  6. Pre-event athlete's meal

  7. Access to the Race Lounge at the hotel

  8. Hang out with like-minded Spartan athletes

  9. Nirvana staff support on site

The Nirvana Package for this event is now available! Check it out and make the most of your Spartan Andorra experience.



For those registered in the race and have booked directly with the following hotels:

  1. Free late check out at the hotel on the day of the event. 

  2. Breakfast schedule adapted to the start of the race (upon request at the hotel). 

  3. Tourist welcome pack (To be picked up at the tourist office).

  4. Free entrance to the Encamp Sports Complex and the Pas de la Casa Sports Center (upon presentation of race bib or race registration).

Hotel Arbre de neu |

Hotel Coray |

Hotel Montecarlo |

Hotel Paris | 

Aparthotel l Meligar |

Apartaments la Solana |

Hotel Guillem |


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.

Once you arrive in Andorra, if you decide to travel by public transport, be sure to check the bus lines in order to correctly plan your visit. All bus lines will take you to the main towns of each parish, and some of them even venture into more remote valleys. However, keep in mind that depending on where you want to go, the frequency at which buses pass will be less: varying from 20 minutes to an hour. LEARN MORE


  1. Visit charming cities and towns: Andorra la Vella, Encamp, Pal, Llorts, Ordino, Les Bons, Fontaneda, Santa Coloma, Meritxell…

  2. Explore nature by visiting the Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley (World Heritage Site by UNESCO), or the picturesque routes through the Sorteny Valley or the Tristaina lakes.

  3. Relax in the hot springs of Caldea, Inúu, or in the spas available in several hotels.

  4. Other activities include the Naturlandia theme park where you'll experience all the adrenaline of the Tobotronc (the longest alpine slide in the world), or even playing golf at an altitude of more than 2,000 m.

Be sure to also enjoy some shopping, gastronomy, nightlife ... and much more!



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