Andorra doesn’t have an airport, which means that when planning a visit you can search for the best flights to a number of airports near Andorra to get yourself the best price, which are well serviced by both shared and private airport transfers. The two airports currently the most popular for holidaymakers heading to Andorra are Barcelona and Toulouse. Alternative airports are Girona, Reus, Lleida and Carcassonne.
|Barcelona||3-4 hours||7 shared transfers daily|
|Toulouse||2.5-4 hours||3 shared transfers daily|
|Girona||3-4 hours||Only private transfers|
|Lleida||Approx. 3 hours||Only private transfers|
|Reus||3-4 hours||Only private transfers|
|Carcassonne||3-4 hours||Only private transfers|
Barcelona Airport is the most popular choice for ski holidays to Andorra because there are seven shared transfers per day to and from the airport.
Barcelona is served by a large selection of airlines including budget airlines such as Easyjet and Vueling as well as traditional airlines such as British Airways. From here there are seven daily shared transfer services operated by AndBus (formerly Novatel), which you can book here, and they leave from both terminals.
If you decide on Toulouse then there are three daily services to and from Andorra, and if you are staying in Pas de la Casa then the transfer is shorter than coming from Barcelona. Toulouse also offers a wide choice of traditional and budget airlines.
As private transfers are booked just for your group then we operate them to either of these airports as well Girona, Reus, Carcassonne and Lleida. Although Lleida is the closest of the airports to Andorra, due to the limited number of flights there it is not serviced by shared transfers.
Is Andorra Easy To Get To?
It might sound like a challenge because Andorra doesn’t have its own airport, however this very fact is what makes it so easy! You have a wide choice of best airports for Andorra and plenty of options for airport transfers, so we think Andorra is very easy to get to, and we can help you do it.