Escaldes-Engordany (Catalan pronunciation: [əsˈkaldəz əŋɡuɾˈðaɲ]) is one of the parishes of Andorra. The parish is composed of the areas of les Escaldes, Engordany, Els Vilars d'Engordany, Engolasters, and El Fener. As of 2014 it has a population of 13,634. Notable events include the town's annual jazz festival. It borders Encamp to the north and northeast, Sant Julià de Lòria in the southwest, Andorra la Vella in the west, La Massana in the northwest and Catalonia, Spain in the east, south and southest.
|Coordinates (Escaldes town): Coordinates:|
|Villages||Escaldes, Engordany, El Fener, Els Vilars d'Engordany, Engolasters|
|• Mayor||Montserrat Capdevila Pallarés|
|• Total||30 km2 (10 sq mi)|
|Elevation||1,050 m (3,440 ft)|
|• Density||479.83/km2 (1,242.8/sq mi)|
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The Spanish international primary school Escuela Española de Escaldes serves the community.
- Pilar Burgués Monserrat (born Escaldes 1958) short story writer
- Antoni Martí (born 1963 in Escaldes-Engordany) architect and politician who has been the Prime Minister of Andorra since May 2011
- Emili Pérez (born 1966 in Escaldes-Engordany) former cyclist. He competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 1992 Summer Olympics
- Xavier Pérez (born 1968 in Escaldes-Engordany) former cyclist. He competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 1992 Summer Olympics
- Ludmilla Lacueva Canut (born 1971) fiction and non-fiction writer
- Xavier Capdevila Romero (born 1976 in Canillo) from Escaldes-Engordany ski mountaineer.
- Joan Vilana Díaz (born 1977 in Escaldes-Engordany) ski mountaineer.
- Ariadna Tudel Cuberes (born 1978 in Escaldes-Engordany) road cyclist and ski mountaineer.
- David Albós (born 1984 in Escaldes-Engordany) professional road racing cyclist.
- Sergio Moreno (born 1987 in Escaldes-Engordany) footballer
- Marc Vales (born 1990 in Les Escaldes) footballer
- Claudia Guri (born 1995 in Escaldes) athlete and former basketball player