Andorra: Andorran Churches

Andorra is famous for its medieval churches, of which there are about a dozen. They are all small, often a single stone building with or without a standalone stone bell tower. We visited several of them throughout the tiny country: San Joan de Caselles Church in Canillo (11th century, in a beautiful valley descending from the French border), Sant Miguel d’Engolasters Church in Engolasters (an absolutely stunning elegant 11th century church with frescos on a high ground above the valley with Andorra la Vella below), Sant Serni de Llorts Church in Llorts (18th century), and finally Sant Marti de la Cortinada Church (also 11th century, in a stunning landscape surrounding in the Ordino Valley).