We know that you are already counting down the days to get to the slopes. However, we must be aware that skiing is a very active sport, and that means it requires physical fitness. That’s why we recommend you starting NOW your pre-season training if you want to get the most out of your ski holiday, avoiding unnecessary injuries and pains.
As in any sport, the physical condition is extremely important for skiing, because even if you have a perfect technique it won’t do you any good if your body is not prepared to execute it. Definitely, the legs are the part of the body that works the hardest, but we must not forget the importance of arms, abdomen and back, which makes skiing one of the most complete sports. Here you have a weekly workout schedule to help you get ready to hit the slopes this winter! (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…)
On behalf of the Andorra Resorts in-resort team I would like to extend a warm welcome to all those visiting Andorra this winter. The season has got off to a flying start so far with lots of fresh snow and great conditions up on the mountains. (more…)
Going on a skiing or snowboarding holiday for the first time is extremely exciting, however the run up to the trip can often be quite daunting experience with so much to get organise, and if you’ve never been skiing before then sometimes it can be hard to know what to pack. To help you prepare, we’ve put together a brief guide of top tips to bear in mind when choosing your winter attire. (more…)
Booking an independent ski holiday has many advantages over picking a pre-packaged deal, you get to pick and choose all the elements you want to build your perfect stay but it can sometimes it can be a little daunting it you haven’t done it before.
We’ve compiled everything you’ll need to know about getting from the airport to resort. (more…)
If you know someone that loves Andorra as much as we do then look no further! New for this winter, Andorra Resorts now has gift vouchers available which would make the perfect surprise for any snowsports lovers. (more…)
Arriving into Andorra last winter like most people, all I knew about this little country, landlocked between France and Spain, was it offered great skiing and low tax! So this year I set myself the task of compiling the ultimate A – Z guide of Andorra. Read on for my list of highlights, as well as some lesser known insights into Andorra… (more…)
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience Christmas surrounded by the snow-capped mountains of Andorra? This time of year is often governed by traditions but what would happen if you broke the mould and decided to experience the festive season from a different perspective. Here we look at the differences and similarities of how we celebrate this special time. (more…)
Introducing the Hotel Palomé
Commonly when you think of ski accommodation you conjure pictures of wooden clad buildings and unfashionable, antiquated decor. As a bid to keep budgets grounded and no second mortgage needed, compromises are made because all you really need is a bed to sleep in at night, right? Well the Hotel Palomé has kept it’s finger on the pulse delivering a modern, chic hotel hidden in the mountains of Arinsal, Andorra. (more…)