Thursday Doors: On the Way to Andorra

The following photos are my contribution to Thursday Doors, a door-lovers group hosted by Norm Frampton.


For the next couple of weeks, I’ll be featuring doors I discovered during a day trip to the Principality of Andorra.  A small landlocked microstate in the eastern Pyrenees Mountains bordered by France to the north and Spain to the south.

My husband, son, and I boarded a bus with friends and traveled steep and windy roads, with many sharp curves and switchbacks, up into the Pyrenees Catalanes Mountains.  We were greeted with a blanket of snow which was a wonderful treat for me.  I haven’t experienced snow for quite a long time, having lived the last number of years in tropical Asia.

The mountain views were also breathtaking.


Traveling through small towns and villages, I wanted to stop and look around each one.  But, there wasn’t time.  The trip to Andorra took three hours and the bus stopped only once, in a quaint little village where we could stretch our legs.




After a short rest, we boarded the bus and continued on to Andorra …

… where these lovely doors waited to be captured!





More amazing doors from the Principality of Andorra coming next week!

Thank you for stopping by and hope you have a wonderful weekend!

If you would like to see more doors from all around the globe, visit Norm’s.

12 Comments Add yours

    1. Thanks so much, Sheree!! =)

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  1. Lovely photos. Those stone houses and that scenery remind me of Ireland.

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    1. I have always wanted to visit Ireland. Now, I must!! =)

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  2. Norm 2.0 says:

    Just beautiful! There’s nothing like majestic mountain scenery to remind us how small we are in this world and how beautiful this world can be 🙂

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    1. Very well said. I agree completely! =)

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  3. Dan Antion says:

    These are great – I love the upper doors on the stone building that are sized to fit under the roof line.

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    1. Thanks so much, Dan. I did love the stone buildings. =)

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  4. Beautiful photos. Too bad there wasn’t enough time to explore the quaint villages, but the scenery and all you got to experience made up for it. Lovely!

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    1. Thanks so much! These small tastes make me want more, I’ll have to take another trip back and stop along the way. You’re right, the capital city was amazing, though!

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  5. Looks charming. Those slopes look like they’ll grow some wines. Lovely walls and doors. Thanks for this glimpse.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by! =)

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