Try Andorra as a Ski Break Destination
Nestled on the border between France and Spain, Andorra is an excellent ski destination, whether you are a pro or a first-timer, party animal or just want to take it easy on the slopes. Whatever you want from your ski holiday, you’ll find it in Andorra.
The Soldeu and El Tarter resorts in Grandvalira are well known as laid back resorts, perfect for those looking for a more relaxed skiing holiday; the picturesque Soldeu is known for being peaceful and a place to truly unwind. The area has incredible snow record, as well as quality accommodation in a peaceful atmosphere. English-speaking ski schools and a host of winter activities; they are also good options if you’ve got kids with you, with easy access to the kids’ snow gardens.
The very thought of skiing is utterly intimidating if you’ve never been, that’s where Arinsal comes in – perfect for beginners – comes to the fore beginners – comes to the fore. You’ll find acclaimed ski schools complementing safe and enclosed ski slopes, creating a safe and nurturing environment for anyone looking to make their first tentative foray on to the slopes.
Arinsal has a big après ski scene with an almost constant party happening at the bottom of the slopes, where you can celebrate your progress.
Pas de la Casa is Andorra’s après ski capital, combining great value skiing with fun snow days and excellent night life. It’s a large, varied resort, with access to 205km of piste in the Grandvalira ski area and links to both the nearby resorts of Soldeu and El Tarter. The drinks here are also cheaper.
Close to the capital of Andorra, La Vella, La Massana is a great all-rounder. The area features quality accommodation and a good selection of bars, cafes and restaurants, but with fewer tourists than other resorts. Because it is close to the capital you can indulge in duty-free shopping and massage therapy at the famous Caldea spa.