Is it your first time in Andorra and you don’t know where to start? Andorra has a total of 202 tracks, between 2 different resorts (Grandvalira and Vallnord). Which ones are the most suitable slopes for you? Don’t miss our guide to our favourite runs in Andorra classified by levels. (more…)
The mountain is beautiful during the day, but have you ever been on the mountain at night? It’s even better! The other day we received an unexpected invitation: a dinner at the Xalet Igloo, on the slopes of Arinsal and of course, we didn’t want to miss it. (more…)
Going on a skiing holiday with little ones is very exciting, and of course, it’s only natural that you would want your children to develop the same passion for the mountains and snow-sports that you have. However, skiing every day can be mentally and physically demanding, and can become tiring for even the fittest of adults – let alone young children. So it’s a great idea to mix your holiday up a little and spend some time away from the slopes to relax, recover and have some fun!
If you’re heading to Pas de la Casa this winter but want to spend some time away from the slopes then Pas de la Casa’s Leisure Centre has a range of facilities to keep everybody entertained. Below we have provided you with a run down of the fantastic facilities available, including details of prices, opening times and other useful information so that you don’t have to waste precious time researching the details yourself. (more…)
As there are so many activities to enjoy in Andorra when you are not on the slopes, we’ve compiled a list of five new après ski activities for you to enjoy while on holiday in Andorra.
On January 11th we tried the latest addition that Vallnord has added to its list of activities: A night walk (in snowshoes) and a yoga class on the slopes of Pal followed by an organic meal. The experience was incredible. (more…)
When you think of your typical ski holiday, you don’t tend to think that you can stay in an igloo sculpted from ice… but in Grau Roig in the Grandvalira ski area you can do exactly that! Towards the end of last winter Sofia and Ella from the Andorra Resorts team were lucky enough to experience this for themselves with a visit to the Iglu Hotel. (more…)
Today we had a team outing to go dog sledding in El Tarter, one of the fantastic apres ski activities you can enjoy when you visit Grandvalira. After arriving at the top of the Tarter Gondola we could already hear the barking of the dogs in the distance, with a five minute walk across the snow we could see the excitable dogs getting ready to whisk their next customers off around their track. (more…)
This list was compiled in 2013 (checked March 2017), for our list of ‘Five New Après Ski Activities in Andorra’, just click here.
When you visit Andorra for your ski holiday it’s definitely not just about the skiing or snowboarding! Après ski is fantastic here so we’ve compiled a list of our top ten off-the-slopes activities we think you should try.
1. Caldea Spa, Andorra la Vella
A magnificent eye-catching building in the heart of the capital holds the recently enlarged Caldea spa which is the highest natural spa in Europe. The various spa pools and treatments on offer provide some much needed recovery after a hard day on the slopes! (more…)