Soldeu is mountainous.
A small locality at an altitude of 1850m, at the foot of the slopes of the best ski station in the Pyrenees.
A unique enclave in which to enjoy Nature all year round.
Snow in winter and a golf course in summer.
And many leisure activities, so that you can enjoy your free days. Mountain activities, traditional restaurants, the little Romanesque church of Sant Bartomeu and a historical centre which reminds us of not-so-distant times when the village relied on stockbreeding for its livelihood.
If you have the chance, don't miss the chapel of San Bartolomé de Soldeu, whichhas free guided visits during summer. Located at the east end of the village, near the royal road it is registered as a cultural interest in Andorra. It was built during the 17th or 18th century and corresponds to a style of popular religious architecture of the Baroque period. It consists of a nave extended by an apse, both quadrangular, with a small belfry of a single-belfry. The porch and the sacristy are attached to the southern part of the nave, which is covered with a barrel vault. The plant has pillars attached to the walls and the imposta is made with a molding. The interior lighting is achieved through two windows, one of them with lozenge shape.
In the interior, you will also find a Renaissance altarpiece from the 16th century, in honor of the patron Saint San Bartolomé and which presides over the altar. It is worth mentioning the presence of a canopy of the 15th century, the only one existing in the Principality, with Gothic ornamental elements and a painting representing the glorification of Jesus Christ.
A visit that you cannot miss if you are an architecture, art or history lover.