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This small, but perfectly formed, European nation, offers wonderful walking through picture-perfect mountain scenery in the eastern Pyrenees.

The Andorran climate is of Mediterranean mountainous type, with warm summers and cold winters. Temperatures can dip below freezing in the winter while in summer the temperature remains warm (between 20-25 degrees Celsius). The climate is generally very dry, with the amount of sunny days per year exceeding 300. Autumn experiences the most rainfall, while winter is drier and the best time for skiing.

Our temperature and rainfall charts will give you a guide to the climate and weather conditions in Andorra. The best time for alpine walking and trekking is towards the end of spring and the duration of summer (May-August) where temperatures remain between 17 and 26 degrees and there is at least 14 hours of daylight.

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