I was under the impression that Andorra - that tiny principality between France and Spain - was...
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Adventures in Andorra
It may be a tiny country, but travellers can have big fun on their Andorra holidays. Nestled between France and Spain at the heart of the Pyrenees, this 468 sq km nation has a population of less than 90,000 and some of the planet's most breathtaking scenery. Its mountainous geography means that holidays to Andorra are perfect for those who want more out of their trips than the chance to soak up the sun on a lounger.
All manner of outdoor activities can be enjoyed on Andorra holidays, including hikes to the summit of Pic Maia and walks through the country's other mountains. A popular route through the peaks takes travellers past the Siscaro Lakes, which are perfect for a cooling swim on a summer day.
Treks through the Incles Valley are also an unmissable part of an Andorra tour - this area is a rainbow of interesting flora and fauna and is home to free-roaming horses. The Ordino Valley is a popular part of the itinerary on Andorra tours, which offers tourists the chance to check out the country's iron mines and mills - the nation's first industry.
This area of Andorra is perhaps best explored on a bike - there are few more thrilling experiences than cycling past such breathtaking sights. Bike riding is also a fun activity in the Cortals Valley, where the terrain is a little more flat in places. A forest track is also available for those who enjoy a few more thrills and spills while cycling on their Andorra travels.
Perhaps the most exciting aspect of, Andorra holidays is the chance to go white-water rafting. As you hurtle down the river on the Old Smugglers Route, thoughts of lazing on the beach with an ice cream will be a million exhilarating miles from your mind.
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Family Holidays in Andorra
With childhood obesity problems regularly hitting the headlines, many would be forgiven for thinking that Britain's children are all idle, lazy and computer game-addicted. That's not the case with kids who go on family Andorra holidays, however - youngsters relish the chance to challenge themselves with a range of activities. Some of these they will have probably have tried before, such as hiking or mountain biking - and the chance to use these skills in the breathtaking surroundings of the Pyrenees is a great opportunity.
However, other aspects of the itinerary, such as white water rafting, will be new to most - and this is where teenagers really come into their own. Of course, parents must assess the abilities of their offspring before taking them on Andorra adventure tours. But a healthy, fit and level-headed youngster is sure to have the time of their life on an Andorra holidays tour.