The Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley is Andorra’s biggest natural space with more than 40,000 protected hectares in the parishes of Encamp, Andorra la Vella, Sant Julià de Lòria, and Escaldes-Engordany. It covers 10% of the country’s surface area, has a picturesque landscape, and is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Parc Natural de la Vall de Sorteny
Vall de Sorteny, which is the smallest of the three protected parks, is spread across 1,000 hectares. Its rich biodiversity includes more than 700 species of plants and flowers.
Parc Natural de les Valls del Comapedrosa
Valls del Comapedrosa in the parish of La Massana has the renowned Alt de Comapedrosa that stands tall at 2,942 meters and is the Principality’s highest peak.