This winter Grandvalira has invested a further €13 million in developing their infrastructure and services, which means an even better experience when you visit the largest skiable domain in the Pyrenees. Here we’ll explain some of the highlights of the changes we can look forward to.(more…)
If you’re familiar with Arcalis I’m sure you’ll agree it’s some of the most incredible skiing you can experience, in fact it’s one of the many reasons I fell in love with Andorra when I first skied there in 2005. Over the last couple of years there have been numerous changes to Arcalis so here’s the latest news to bring you up-to-date, in the form of a Q&A. (more…)
This winter sees the largest skiable domain in the Pyrenees grow even larger, with the addition of a new sector linked into the Grandvalira ski area. The Peretol freestyle park has been a haven for thrill seekers for a number of years, especially under the floodlights, however with a new chairlift and two slopes created, the Peretol sector is the latest addition to Grandvalira. (more…)
In a short break from ski-related news, time for something you don’t normally associate with Andorra – football. FC Andorra, recently purchased by Barcelona (and former Manchester United) defender Gerard Pique, have been successfully ‘promoted’ to the third tier of Spanish football.(more…)
The circus is coming to town but not quite as you would expect. The world-renowned extravaganza Cirque de Soleil is returning to Andorra with a new exclusive show called Rebel. (more…)
On Monday 22nd April we’ll be hitting the slopes for the last time this season. After that, we’ll sadly have a long, agonising wait until Grandvalira reopens in December. Here is a round up of the 2018/19 season and all the fantastic events that took place.
Is it your first time in Pal Arinsal? For those who are new in this Vallnord ski resort it is important to know that it is formed by two different areas, Pal and Arinsal, both included under the same ski pass and connected by the mountain via cable car but also by road thanks to the Vallnord Free Bus service.
With the close of season rapidly descending on us, you may be wishing for one last chance to hit the slopes – well there is plenty of time left to fit in a last-minute, flexible trip! The end of season is renowned for quiet slopes and blue skies so why not make the most of it. We’ve put together some examples of great value deals but travelling independently gives you the flexibility to design the trip for your exact needs. If you would like any help planning your trip, then just get in touch! (more…)
Sunday (17th March) the FIS World Cup Finals came to a close in Grandvalira after an exciting week which attracted around 25,000 spectators in total. This was the first time Andorra has hosted this prestigious event, which is considered by many to be the most important competition on the pro-ski tour after the Olympic Games and World Championships.