The perfect destination for families
Plans for active families
At Naturlandia, you can ride the world's longest nature toboggan or discover the amazing Animal Park, which is home to some of the Pyrenees' most characteristic species. Not to mention other activities such as children's workshops, the Airtrekk course with walkways and hanging bridges, the buggies, excursions in snowshoes, and more. A complete programme for enjoying the whole day in the open air, which can then be combined with Caldea.

The Palau de Gel is another favourite destination for families who want to do activities. Here you can skate on the Olympic ice rink, do a few laps in the ice karts or shake your booty in the Disco Gel (night sessions with music and lights).
Sport and Adventure
You've probably heard about Grandvalira, the Pyrenees' largest ski resort. Here you'll find loads of options for families with children of all ages, so you can enjoy the area in both winter and summer. Among the many activities, we would like to highlight the ones you can find at Mon(t) Magic (Canillo sector). In winter, (no skiing expertise required) they provide a complete experience for the whole family, based on magical beings and Andorran legends. In summer, you'll find an outdoor area with the longest zip line in the Pyrenees, a toboggan that can reach 40 km/h on the descent, pedaloes, canoes, inflatable castles, ponies... and the Fornatura circuit, where you can discover the country's wildlife on a guided tour featuring a shepherd and his dog.

In the northern valleys, Vallnord Pal-Arinsal doesn't lag behind in terms of year-round activities for families with children. Snowshoeing and snowmobile trails (winter only), zip lining, a rope park, orienteering routes, etc. And if you love animals, don't forget to try mushing in winter. A unique way to explore the country's snow-covered forests on a dog sled. And in the summer, are you up for a horse or pony ride?
Better as a family

Thermoludic admission + Naturlandia kids from 5 till 11 years old

Leisure and culture
You want to stroll, see, visit... but they've made up their minds: they want to go to the park!

When this moment arrives, the best thing to do is just relax and let them have their fun. In Andorra, you can find children's playgrounds without too much difficulty. In the centre, the highlights include the Parc Central (which is also a large green area where you can stretch out on the grass), the children's area in the Plaça del Poble in Andorra la Vella, and the children's playground area in the centre of Escaldes-Engordany, with play areas divided into age groups and even an area for skateboards and skates.

A great way to discover some of the country's cultural treasures is by taking the Ruta del Ferro (Iron Route). This very easy trail combines nature with the remains of the metalwork industry, one of the country's most important activities between the 7th and the end of the 19th century.
Brace yourself because you can let your imagination run wild here!
In the town of Sant Julià de Lòria, you'll find the Juberri Gardens, a place that is unfamiliar even to many of the country's residents and can be visited for free throughout the year. It was created around 15 years ago by a local resident who loves nature and art. You can enjoy breathtaking views of the valley as you wander through the trees and hedges and find all kinds of animal sculptures.

Another must-see on your schedule of activities is the Roc del Quer viewpoint, which has undoubtedly become Andorra's most famous vantage point. It is located on the Coll de Ordino road, a route that connects Canillo with Ordino and features stunning landscapes especially in autumn (please note that this road is closed to traffic during the winter season). When you arrive, head for the panoramic walkway which will put a little piece of Andorra at your feet. A unique location with easy access for everyone and some of the best family photo opportunities in Andorra.
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