Club International d’ Andorra
The Andorra Club or International Club Andorra was founded in 1989 to promote friendship between all nationalities by organizing and running leisure activities both within and outside Andorra.
The club promotes new friendships and welcomes as members all those who wish to take part in its activities. For practical purposes the Club uses English as its common language.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the Club has reduced many social events, especially those that take place indoors. From the 25th June there will be a re-opening of the Clubhouse, under certain rules.
The all-Andorran vaccination process promises a welcome return to our normal life-style.
The vaccination process has started a promising return to our normal life styles
Andorra Club Activities
The club is active in improving the social life of residents by organising events of all kinds. Most popular are: Social Bridge, 4 x 4 Off Roading, Ski Touring & Adventure Group, Car Club—as well as other activities like the Tennis Competition, Art Classes, Scrabble, Gardeners, Golfers, Cycling, Ten Pin Bowling and Line Dancing. Among our yearly charity events we have: Fun@Pal, The Christmas Fair and a New Year lunch.
Any person who may be interested in settling in this beautiful country, or merely visiting, is most welcome to join us in our clubhouse during opening hours. There they can have a chat and exchange thoughts about living in the mountains. It can be difficult to find one’s way when arriving in a new place. Normally it can take a few years. Long term residents and members can help integrate newbies. Interestingly, hardly anyone uses street names here. Directions are given by mentioning landmarks or known buildings such as – L’Illa, Pyrenees, etc. A new challenge.
Our most recent activities include wine tours, car club, open mike and quiz nights, plus cricket matches. We are also preparing the stand at La Fira Andorra and organising the charity fundraising event, The Fira Benifica, in November.
At our Clubhouse, members and their guests enjoy socialising at the bar or relaxing in the lounge, where a selection of international publications are available. Friends meet for coffee as well as attending cultural events and workshops on specialised subjects. Friday night drinks are especially well attended and popular.
Contact ICA: i.club(at)andorra.ad
The Club depends on it’s Members, without input of Members the Club has no reason to exist.
Please join us, and become part of this active community.
The Club is registered as a non profit making association under Andorran law. Its official registration number is 115/2001. The formal objectives of the Club are set out in its statutes (which, under local law, are written in Catalan) and state: