International health insurance Andorra
Find your international health insurance Andorra on this web site! First, your expatriate medical plan is available on a 1st € basis. In other words, that means fully private insurance. Also the cover is available on Top-Up to CFE (French expats).
Above all, get your quote online! Basically, Indigo Expat plan supports your expatriation in Andorra. In fact, it provides you with a comprehensive cover. In the end, Indigo Expat plan also offers you great services 24/7.
⇒ Indigo Expat OnePack (CFE)
⇒ Indigo Expat WeCare (1st €)
Principality of Andorra
Main cities: Andorra
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Area: 467 km² (180 sq mi)
Official language: Andorran
According to local legend, Andorra was founded by Charlemagne in the 9th century.
Until the 1993 proclamation of its constitution, this Catalan-speaking minicountry was jointly governed for over 700 years by two co-princes: Spain’s bishop of Urgell. And the French president, who remain honorary heads of state.
Source: Wikipedia, Lonely planet
Indigo Expat, international health insurance Andorra – zone of cover
First, Andorra belongs to the zone of cover 2. Nevertheless you can select the zone which best fit to your needs (with upper levels). Finally, zones of cover are:
- 4 : China, Hong Kong, Taiwan + countries of Zones 3, 2, 1,
- 3 : Brazil, Singapore, Russia + countries of Zones 2, 1,
- 2 : South Africa, Andorra, …/… and Wallis and Futuna + countries of Zone 1,
- 1 : Worldwide excluding countries listed in Zones 2 to 4.
Members are covered outside the zone of cover, in case of accident or unforeseen illness. In conclusion, this extension is available during 6 weeks max.
Moncey comparators for your international health insurance in Andorra
At Moncey Assurances, we propose you the international health insurance for Andorra which best fit with your needs. In a nutshell, Indigo Expat plans are compared with a range of selected expatriate medical plans. In the end, make your decision with main data in your hands.
Pay attention to regulation
Note that an expatriate medical plan does not free you from the local regulation. Therefore, pay attention and contribute to the local healthcare system when mandatory.