Another region that 39×25 wants to unveil to its clients is the area that borders Cerdanya, called Andorra. This little country located in the Pyrenees is situated in a central spot and is renowned for various reasons, one of them related to cycling thanks to its mountain passes and climbs.

Within a few kilometers, we find a vast variety of mountain passes, well known by cycling lovers.

The Principality of Andorra stands out for its large resorts, where visitors can practice any kind of winter sports. However, we will explore this region during the summer by climbing the area mountain passes. Many professional cyclists who live in Andorra train in this area, like Spain’s own Purito Rodríguez.

Also worth mentioning is one of the most important thermal-recreational complexes in Europe, Caldea, a privileged place for relaxation after a hard mountain trek. This is optional for our clients.

As with the other tours, 39×25 has designed three different routes departing from Puigcerdà. Two of them end at the mountain’s summit, and our vans will pick you up at the end of the tour. Due to its special geography and the difficulty of the trails, going back to Puigcerdà would force cyclists to make a strenuous effort that we don’t think is worth it, as there is a long distance from the final stage to our headquarters.

Accordingly, you will find here the 3 routes we have designed. As before mentioned, we can customize them to include any mountain passes you may desire.