Visit Ordino

The Ordino of Andorra is a small principality located between Spain and France in the Pyrenees Mountains. As the most northerly and second largest parish of Andorra, it is known for its picturesque landscapes, pristine nature and rich culture.

Ordino boasts numerous attractions that are perfect for tourists looking to immerse themselves in traditional Andorran culture. The historical Santa Coloma Church is a must see, with its beautiful Gothic architecture dating back to 12th-14th century. Other places of interest include Valle de Sorteny Nature Park with its mountain trails and idyllic lakes, La Cortinada Museum which showcases local history, art and archaeology; as well as Caldea Spa where you can relax and unwind with an array of thermal treatments.

Historically, Ordino has been inhabited since before Roman times when it was part of the Kingdom of Lleida ruled by Charlemagne. In 1278 Ordino officially became part of the county of Foix-Bearn-Sardinia before being annexed to Andorra in 1580 alongside La Massana & Encamp parishes where they remain today as one cohesive state.

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