F AD Cahors Soldeu dag 1 363 km
Hotel Piolets
We start our journey to Andorra from Cahors in France. We made the first day mainly highway kilometers on the French toll roads to make our entrance as soon as possible.
The Hotel is now no longer in use, so I started the ride of the first day at a McDonnalds in Cahors, always a good place to start. Plenty of parking spaces and a cup of coffee.
This day we will make our approach route mainly over small roads towards the tax haven Andorra.
We cross the border between France and Andorra at Pas de la Casa. After this there is a nice descent towards Soldeu where our hotel is located. It can still be heard here on top of the mountain. (read Mist and or Snow showers) There is a possibility to exchange the pass for a tunnel that opens up Andorra in bad weather.
Soldeu is the most northerly winter sports resort of Andorra. In addition to the necessary hotels, you will find a cable car that takes you to the highest golf course in Europe during the snow-free period. Absolutely recommended.
PAS-DE-LA-CASA-Estación-Grandvalira
Highest placed golfcourse in Europe
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