However, we do not want to stop remembering the places that the only international amateur padel circuit has already visited. In recent weeks we have already remembered places like Berlin, Dublin or Sicily, full of life and wonders to discover. Today we want to advance in the circuit and remember Andorra.
The International Padel Experience by Madison stopped from May 26th to 28th in this small country located in the Pyrenees, between Spain and France. For three days, almost 120 players from the female, male and mixed categories gathered for a weekend full of padel, but also had the opportunity to learn about the beauty of one of the smallest countries in the world.
La Noblesse du Temps: this sculpture by Salvador Dalí is a must in the city. Located in the heart of Andorra, the sculpture was donated in 1999 to the Andorran State.
Casa de la Vall: located in the center of the city, is considered an important part of the history of the principality, since it became the parliamentary seat of one of the oldest institutions in Europe, the General Council.
The Romanesque churches: Andorra has 44 Romanesque churches which are worth visiting a large number. Among them, it is worth mentioning the church of Sant Climent, which highlights its bell tower, and the church of Santa Coloma, located next to Andorra la Bella and turned into an icon of the country thanks to its impressive picture with the mountains in the background.
In addition, discovering its mountains, its food and its history and customs visiting its charming villages will delight all lovers of tourism, while Andorra Open offered the possibility of creating the perfect fusion of the best tourism with the coolest sport.
See you soon, paddle lovers!