Visit Encamp

The Encamp of Andorra is a small, charming country tucked away in the Pyrenees Mountains between Spain and France. It's filled with picturesque mountain scenery and a unique culture that dates back to the 9th century.

The Encamp area has a wealth of attractions for tourists to explore. The Casa de la Vall, the old parliament building in Andorra La Vella, has stood since 1580 and houses an impressive collection of artworks. Nature-lovers can go hiking or skiing at Soldeu Ski Resort, one of Andorra's most popular tourist spots. For stunning views over the surrounding valleys, visitors should check out El Serrat lookout point in Pal-Arinsal Valley.

In addition to its natural beauty, Andorra also boasts an intriguing history. It was declared an independent principality by Charlemagne in 803 AD and only gained full autonomy from Spain in 1993 after centuries of co-rule with different European powers like France and Catalonia.

Cities in Encamp

Encamp, Pas de la Casa