Currently, the Principality has two land accesses, although the opening of La Seu de Urgell airport with commercial flights, a heliport and an alleged Andorran airport are pending (still without intending to do so). definitely). These two accesses to access it are:
The Spain-Andorra border. You enter Sant Julià de Lòria, the southernmost parish in the country, through northern Catalonia, Spain. It is accessible by a Spanish national highway.
The France-Andorra border. He entered from the south of France, north-east of Andorra. This border post is located in Pas de la Casa, Encamp, the most famous town for ski enthusiasts and one of the highest. It is also accessible by the French national road.
So what folks coming from far away is to catch a flight to one of the two nearest airports, which are:
Toulouse-Blagnac Airport. The largest French city closest to Spain and Andorra.
Barcelona-Prat Airport. South-east of Andorra, Catalonia.
The two airports are located about 200 km from the country, less than 3 hours by car, they have buses that take people directly to the Principality and offer a large number of commercial flights to all countries of the world.