Andorra is a spectacular part of the world with an area of 468 km2 and more than a thousand years of history in the southeast of Europe, between Spain and France. Known internationally for its ski resorts, shops with very low taxes and its modern hotel and service infrastructures, each year the country receives nearly 8 million visitors.
The climate in Andorra varies greatly with elevation. Regions above 2,100–2,400 m (6,890–7,874 ft) are completely covered by snow for several months.
Miami Platja is a coastal resort about 30 km south of Tarragona, in Catalonia, north-east Spain. It forms part of the municipality of Mont-roig del Camp, some 20 km away, although it is contiguous with the town of L'Hospitalet de l'Infant, just the other side of the river Llastres. It consists mainly of holiday apartments and villas, with few hotels. Much of its coastline consists of a series of small, tree-lined coves.
The climate in Miami platja varies over the summer months with highs as much as 40°C in the hight of the summer. The climate is warm and sunny most of the year with a cool breeze due to it’s coastal location.