Living in Andorra – Lifestyles Part 3 of 3

Sport fishing in the high mountains
When the temperatures start to come down again, ushering in a more temperate climate (March to November), the sports fishing season gets fully under way in Andorra’s lakes and streams.
The country has 15 controlled fishing areas, 4 intensive, 3 nature reserves and 3 no-kill areas. While also offering the perfect complement to sports fishing, unique landscapes and lakes at a height of over 2,000 metres.
Important: you will previously have to consult all of the information regarding fishing licences in Andorra.

Cycling in Andorra
A port of call for both the Toure de France and the Vuelta de España road races, Andorra’s cycle-tourism routes are an indisputable destination for many elite sportsmen and sportswomen set on completing stages in Andorra and amateurs who simply like to get out and about on their bikes.
High mountain passes, safe roads in perfect condition, infinite landscapes, in Andorra all of this and much, much more awaits cycling enthusiasts of all levels.

Many more activities in Andorra
Horse riding, MBT, Bike Park, Woodland Adventure, Buggies, Karting, Ecotourism, Mini-golf… There are endless activities for those who seek a life in an environment of absolute beauty and tranquillity.

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