Leaving Andorra La Vella or Escaldes-Engordany, take route CG3 northwards 6km. La Pal is some 7 km further via the CG5, turning left at Erts and passing through Xixerella.
Passengers can take bus line L5 or L6 from Andorra la Vella, Arinsal or Ordino to La Massana. Connecting passengers can use their ticket within one hour to connect to La Massana's bus for free (and vice versa).
The parish runs its own bus routes, numbered M1 to M4. A single La Massana local bus trip costs €1.00.
- M1 La Massana - Erts - Arinsal - La Massana
- M2 La Massana - Erts - Pal - La Massana
- M3 La Massana - Escas - Sispony - Anoys - L'Aldosa - La Massana
- M4 La Massana - L'Adosa - Anoys - Sispony - Escas - La Massana
- 1 Church of Sant Iscle and Santa Victòria (Església de Sant Iscle i Santa Victòria), ☏ . July-Aug: daily 10:00-13:00 and 15:00-19:00. The rest of the year only at mass hours. Built in the Romanesque style. It is in the old part of La Massana. It is obligatory to reserve beforehand.
- 2 Sant Climent de Pal, ☏ . July-Aug: daily 10:00-13:00 and 15:00-19:00. The rest of the year only at mass hours. Romanesque church from the 12th century. It is in the village of Pal. An interesting feature to note is the Romanesque Lombard belfry, one of the most interesting in Andorra. It is obligatory to reserve beforehand. Building with a guide service.
The centre of the village is dominated by the cable car system which takes you up to the Pal-Arinsal ski area within about 10 to 15 minutes, making La Massana an ideal location to go skiing from.
- Pal village: This village preserves the typical appearance of the traditional Pyrenean village and enters a Pal for Special Protection, passed in 1997.
- Go north to Ordino for more attractions like museums.