The Pyrenees is a mountain range reaching a height of 3,404 metres altitude at the peak of Aneto, it extends for about 491 km from the Cantabrian Mountains to the Mediterranean Sea (Cap de Creus). Inside, you can find the microstate of Andorra sandwiched in between mountains. The Pyrenees may be divided into three sections: the Atlantic (or Western), the Central, and the Eastern Pyrenees. Together, they form a distinct physiographic province of the larger Alpine System division. The three highest mountains are Pico Aneto 3,404 metres in the Maladeta ridge, Pico Posets 3,375 metres (11,073 ft), Monte Perdido 3,355 metres (11,007 ft).