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List of cities in Andorra


List of cities in Andorra

This is a list of cities, towns and villages in Andorra. The country, divided into 7 parishes, counts 44 official statistical poblacions (i.e.: towns and villages) and other villages.[1]


  • List 1
  • Largest towns 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Map of Andorra
Parish Cities/Towns Population Parish population
Canillo Canillo 1,781 4,633
L'Aldosa 195
L'Armiana ?
Bordes d'Envalira ?
El Forn 39
Incles 538
Meritxell 61
Molleres ?
Els Plans 58
Prats 36
Ransol 159
Sant Pere ?
Soldeu 698
El Tarter 1,052
El Vilar 16
Encamp Encamp 8,181 13,225
Les Bons 1,167
Grau Roig ?
La Mosquera ?
Pas de la Casa 2,915
Le Tremat ?
Vila 962
Ordino Ordino 2,119 3,309
Ansalonga 42
Arcalís ?
Arans 216
La Cortinada 522
Llorts 140
Les Salines ?
Segudet 46
El Serrat 80
Sornàs 144
La Massana La Massana 4,618 8,510
L'Aldosa 663
Anyós 618
Arinsal 1.555
Erts 396
Escàs 236
Mas de Ribafeta ?
Pal 226
El Pui ?
Puiol del Piu ?
Sispony 964
Xixerella ?
Andorra la Vella Andorra la Vella
20,648 23,587
La Margineda ?
Santa Coloma 2,939
Sant Julià de Lòria Sant Julià de Lòria 7,855 9,207
Aixàs ?
Aixirivall 665
Aixovall 123
Auvinyà 163
Bixessarri 29
Canolich ?
Certers 64
Fontaneda 95
Juberri 162
Llumeneres 3
Nagol 48
Escaldes-Engordany Escaldes-Engordany1 14,395 16,078
Engolasters ?
El Fener ?
Els Vilars d'Engordany ?

1. Les Escaldes and Engordany are former villages and nowadays the parish of Escaldes-Engordany is only one city.

Largest towns

Ranking Name Population
1 Andorra la Vella 19,319
2 Escaldes-Engordany 14,395
3 Encamp 8,470
4 Sant Julià de Lòria 7,518
5 La Massana 4,987
6 Santa Coloma 2,937
7 Ordino 2,780
8 El Pas de la Casa 2,613
9 Canillo 2,025
10 Arinsal 1,555

As of 2011-12-31, Source: CityPopulation[2]


  1. ^ (Catalan) Population of Andorra by village (Statistics Department of Andorra)
  2. ^ Infos at

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