This tiny principality in the Pyrenean mountains lives from tourism and in the past also from tax-free sales of tobacco, electronic goods and many other articles. It was a feudal state until parliamentary democracy was finally introduced in 1993.

Population (2001 census): n/a Does not belong to Spain. Est. 2006 (CIA) 71,201

CIA general info.
National home page
BBC profile

The churches

Membership (PTL 1997): 102
Churches: 3
Towns with over 5,000 inhabitants with no evangelical church: 2

Most of the evangelical believers in Andorra are immigrants, including those whose first language is neither Catalan nor Castillian.


"Why Andorrans live long" from the BBC.