Eastern Pyrenees, between France (Arriege) and Spain (Catalonia).
The Andorran climate is Mediterranean mountain type, with hot summers and cold winters with substantial snowfall. The average minimum is -2ºC and the maximum is 24ºC.
Catalan is the official language of Andorra. However, due to the diversity of nationalities among the resident population, other languages such as Spanish, French and Portuguese are also very widespread.
468 km2 · 8% urbanised and cultivated.
92% forests, lakes, rivers, mountains.
Catholicism is the main religion of the state, although the Constitution of Andorra establishes freedom of religion.
The Andorran relief is mountainous, with 65 peaks, some over 2000 m high, which makes Andorra one of the highest countries in Europe. The highest point in the territory is the Comapedrosa peak (2,942 m) and the lowest point is where the river Runer crosses the frontier with Spain (838 m). The average altitude is 1,996 m.