How to get to Andorra?

Man in airport

If you are wondering how to get to Andorra then look no further, the winter season is already in full flow and we’ve already had lots of happy skiers here in the resorts enjoying some fabulous snow conditions on their winter holidays. The early snow has given us a great base and the sunny conditions have been absolutely amazing.  So, if getting to Andorra is high on your priority list, then look no further….

Which Airport for Andorra?

Our first choice of airport to travel to Andorra from is Barcelona. Here, you have the widest choice overall, with regular flights from regional airports in the UK and international airports as well. The road through the Spanish border is a lovely drive, with unique views of the Catalan countryside. Rivers, lakes and mountains make the stunning journey a breeze.

Other Spanish airports you could travel to include Girona, Reus and Lleida, but these airports do not have any shared bus services.

The other main option is Toulouse. Using this French airport to travel to Andorra means a comparative journey time, and a large choice of airlines and flights.  The French border route is more subject to adverse weather conditions though, as the road climbs high to enter Andorra close to Pas de la Casa.

Man waiting in airport with luggage

The Bus from Barcelona to Andorra

The easiest way to get to Andorra from Barcelona is to use the regular shared bus service, operated by AndBus (formally Novotel). This comfortable bus service to Andorra is a great choice overall for travelling, and it can take you to most of the major hotels in your chosen resort (subject to local conditions). You have charging points and WiFi on board, but please note there are no toilets on board, and no scheduled stops. The travel time is between three and a half and four hours depending on your resort.

Andbus bus

The Bus from Toulouse to Andorra

Andbus also operate from Toulouse, and this a great option if you’re heading to Pas de la Casa or Soldeu. 

Please note, that travel time is an estimation including all of the drop off points made by AndBus. If you do want to arrive a little faster to those slopes, you do have the option of a private transfer.

Private Transfers to Andorra

If you decide to travel to one of the smaller airports in close proximity to Andorra, we can safely and efficiently bring you directly to your hotel in resort (local traffic laws permitting). In fact, private transfers are becoming more and more popular with our customers. If you’re a bigger group or coming on a family holiday to Andorra, they work our great value for money. They’re also generally faster, as you don’t have to wait for other passengers to get on and off.

Coach at the Novatel bus station

If you’re coming from Lleida, you can expect your journey time to be three to three and a half hours. Similarly, from Girona to Andorra, you’re looking at just slightly longer than this.

If you would like us to arrange a private transfer to Andorra for you, just let us know! There’s no request too big or small for us here at Andorra Resorts.

To book a bus service to Andorra, just click here

So now you know how to get to Andorra, there’s just one thing left to ask…what’s stopping you from joining us this winter?