Residence Maeva Les Balcons du Soleil
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Day One: 93km and 2300m of ascent
We couldn’t have asked for a better first day - perfect weather, no fitness issues and a steady climb to the finish.
None of us slept much last night because of a combination of jet lag and excitement so we weren’t feeling at our best but we knew that the adrenaline would keep us going which it did. We started in the little town of Ripoli on the Spanish side of the ...
Andorra has more mountainous S-bends per km of road than anywhere in the world, I am sure, and we traversed most of them today! Set off slowly, after a sleep in until 8 am, and travelled west across the Pyrenees. Beautiful villages and mountainous country. Then crossed into Andorra. Tiny entirely mountainous country between France and Spain, about 50x 60 km, speaking mainly Spanish. We set off up hill ...
... France and Spain, in the Pyrenees. Drove south to Perpignan, then west. Mountainous country and windy roads. We passed the walled UNESCO listed town of Villefranche-de-Conflent, a stop for "next time". Decided enough was enough and pulled into a camp site deep in the valley at Fontpedrouse, surrounded by mountains, and the roar of the river near by. Good sleep tonight, unlike last night, where the town hoons did a tour of the car park at 2 ...
The weather continues to get hotter! After yesterday's reliance on Snooper, I looked carefully at the map before we left. We followed the red tourist train along the valley. We passed by Puilaurens, yet another Cathar castle perched high on the mountain ridge. How did they build them? We found the aire in Quillan easily and having parked, we only had a couple of km to go to get our shopping. Smartie is sooo ...
... tiny country nestled in the Pyrenees mountains, landlocked between Spain and France. There are only 85,000 people in the whole country, and you could drive to all 7 regions in a day if you wanted to. We visited four of them. We stayed in Ordino, which was a georgeous little town of rock buildings and cobblestone streets.
Andorra is known for its extreme sports--skiing, mountain biking, canyoning, rock climbing, four wheeling--you name it. And like good, ...