For ski enthusiasts staying in villas in Andorra La Vella, it is a veritable paradise, with its high mountainous regions and climate, but the Mediterranean also has considerable influence on its weather and climate, meaning residents and visitors can enjoy warm weather in the summer, depending on the exact altitude, and low temperatures in the winter. Generally, the climate is dry and average temperatures reach a maximum of 24ºC, with rainfall being highest usually during the autumn months.
There are excellent quality Andorra La Vella holiday rentals and its surrounding regions, which are within easy walking distance from the town centre. The activities on offer in Andorra la Vella are many and interesting; one of the main attractions for the area is Caldea Spa. Its interior is reminiscent of that of the “Hanging Gardens of Babylon,”, boasting superb spa facilities such as waterfalls and fountains, sun beds, hot tubs, saunas, hydrotherapy, indoor and outdoor pools, Turkish baths, and even a unique grapefruit bath. Andorra La Vella’s historical centre, The Old Town is, geographically and spiritually, the heart of the capital and combines tradition and history, with a modern, contemporary style. Wander through the charming hidden cobbled side streets, sit at a café and soak up the sun in one of its magnificent squares, or browse through the wide array of little boutiques and round off the day’s sightseeing with a meal in one of the delicious locally-based restaurants.
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The La Margineda Bridge runs from to Sant Julià de Lòria to Andorra La Vella via Santa Coloma. Its structure arches over the Valira River, which runs parallel along the main road to the capital and boasts being one of a small number of Romanesque bridges still surviving from the 12th century. There is a lot of choice when it comes to cuisine in Andorra La Vella, residents particularly enjoy seafood delicacies, which are delivered daily fresh from the coast and served in the many restaurants specializing in Catalan cooking.
If you're taking Andorra La Vella villa holidays in search of social life and fun nights out, you’ve come to the right place, there are many nightclubs and bars, most staying open until 4am, in which you will get the chance to mingle with and get to know local Spaniards and Andorrans and enjoy a friendly and relaxed night out. Andorra La Vella hosts many sporting and cultural festivals celebrating music, dance and theatre, mostly between January to April and then October to December, while the International Clown Festival falls in July and August. March is when the Andorra La Vella Carniva comes to town. This celebration includes a costume competition organised by various parishes with prizes for the child star of the fancy dress competition, and the popular botifarra sausage barbecue is enjoyed at the prize ceremony of the costume competition. If skiing isn’t really your thing, there are many other activities to enjoy in Andorra la Vella, including climbing, mountain biking, quad bikes, adventure circuits, archery, guided hiking and horse-riding.
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