Andorra la Vella is headed west to the rugged Enclar, whose peaks are called the bulge of Pica (2,402 m), the Enclar (2383 m) and the Carroi (2335 m). One way to deciduous forests, lush, full of diverse flora and fauna. You can see the largest concentration of chamois and birds of prey.
Madriu Valley is a glacial valley in the Pyrenees located in the southeast of the Principality of Andorra, as part of the parish of Encamp, Andorra la Vella, Sant Julia de Loria and Escaldes-Engordany. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2004 and expanded in 2006. "Madre río" is the latin appellation Madriu, the valley owes its "U"to its glacial origin, a characteristic of the valleys emerging from the ice.
Natural Park Comapedrosa Valls is located northeast of the Principality of Andorra, in the parish of La Massana. The protected area is 1542.6 has (15.42 km2) and its climax is the Alt Comapedrosa, which, with its 2,942 meters high, is the highest mountain in Andorra. Its stunning mountain scenery, lakes, waterfalls and fountains are the delight of all lovers of nature. You can perform a variety of tours through the trails and shelters. You can also find an extensive representation of the fauna (such as chamois, golden eagle, the osprey, etc..) and flora (such as gentian Burser, the hornwort Pyrenean alpine thinking, etc.).