Club International d’ Andorra
The Andorra Club or International Club Andorra was founded to promote friendship between people of all nationalities by organizing and running leisure activities both within and outside Andorra.
The club welcomes as members all those who wish to take part in its activities and to promote friendship between people of various nationalities. For practical purposes, the Andorra Club uses English as its common language, and that is the reason for this website being written in English.
Andorra Club Activities
The Club is active in improving the social life of the residents by organizing events of all kind. Most popular are the social Bridge meetings, singing in our Choir, 4×4 Off Roading, Cricket Team, Ski Tour and Adventure group, Car Club, as well as other activities organised as in Tennis competition, Art classes, enthusiastic gardeners, superb golfers, ten pin bowling and line dancing. Among our yearly events are a car boot sale, Singers concerts, Christmas Fair, New Years lunch.
In the summer of 2018 we organized a Queens Birthday Party. This year we are organizing a Silent Auction and Razzle Dazzle Charity Dinner to be held on Saturday 27th October. The results of https://www.funatpal.com/silent-auction will be announced at our https://www.funatpal.com/dinner-2018 which will replace our annual fund-raising event of Fun@Pal (which had to be postponed this year due to a clash of a similar event sponsored by La Massana council).
Any person visiting Andorra, or those who might be interested in settling down in this beautiful country are very welcome to join us at our coffee morning to have a chat and exchange thoughts about life living in the mountains. Especially when you’re arriving in a new place it is difficult to find the right places. Especially in Andorra as it takes a few years to know one’s way. Interesting is that hardly anybody uses the street names for a place. Directions are given by mentioning known buildings or statues such as Pyrenees, L’Illa, Place Arcades, Two Fat Ladies, which gives a new challenge.
Our most resent activities include wine tours, car club, cricket matches and now in rehearsal stage is the Christmas Pantomime of Peter Pan, preparation of the stand at La Fira d’Andorra and our fundraising event of Fira Benefica in November.
At our Clubhouse members enjoy socialising at the bar, relaxing in the lounge area where a selection of international publications are available, meeting friends for coffee, as well as attending special cultural events and workshops on specialised subjects
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: