Climate of Andorra

Although small in land mass, Andorra experiences a multitude of climate types, that vary greatly and according to elevation. Andorras valleys have a climate similar to that of neighbouring Spain and France, yet because of their higher elevation humidity levels are significantly lower, the winters more severe and the summers cooler.

Geography of Andorra

Andorra, or Principality of Andorra, a country high in the Pyrenees between France and Spain. Scenic valleys and rugged mountains that crest at elevations up to about 10,000 feet (3,000 m) make up most of the terrain. The chief river is the Valira, which flows southward into Spain. Winters are cold, with deep snow lasting for months; summers are warm and relatively dry.

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