Andalo is a town in in Trentino-Alto Adige, northern Italy. it is the seat of the newly created Comunità di Valle dell'Altopiano della Paganella.
The town lies on the Paganella plateau, between the mountains Piz Galin, elevation 2,442 metres (8,012 ft), and Paganella, 2,125 metres (6,972 ft), and its territory is part of the Adamello-Brenta natural park.
The local economy, once reliant exclusively on agriculture, is now almost completely centered on tourism (both during the summer and the winter, as opposed to some of the surrounding towns), mainly due to the town's position within the Dolomites. As a result of tourism, Andalo is among the wealthiest towns in the province and in the country.