Summer is here, and we are swapping our vin chaud for a nice glass of something chilled and to keep with our Catalan roots our bottle of choice is always Andorran. Maybe this has something to do with the fact that Andorra is situated between the two great wine producing countries of Spain and France, or that the wine comes straight off the hills where we like to spend our winters on, but Andorran wine has a special flavour and is a tipple to be celebrated and enjoyed.
We thought we would share the love and introduce you to our favourite Andorran wine producers who create some award winning bottles that you need to try.
Despite the late snow in the middle of May, the resorts of Andorra are gearing up for the summer season, and already the first mountain bikers have been hitting the trails in advance of the main opening in June. We thought it’s the perfect time to give you a run down of some of the fantastic summer activities in Andorra you can try this year.
Of course there is walking and mountain biking, but there is so much more of offer as you’ll find out below. (more…)
There are many ways to enjoy the mountains – whether it be skiing, snowboarding, sledging, snowmobiling, or simply soaking up the sunshine on one of the many terraces… But have you ever considered cross-country skiing? (more…)
When you book Grandvalira lift passes and group lessons via Andorra Resorts you will receive your vouchers via email. But what next? – This blog will explain exactly how and where you need to collect your lift passes and lesson tickets when you arrive in Soldeu, El Tarter or Pas de la Casa. (more…)
So, you’ve arrived in resort, checked into your accommodation and now you need to collect your equipment, ready for the adventures that lay ahead tomorrow. When booking with Andorra Resorts, all hire shops will let you collect your equipment the afternoon before which is great for those of you early birds who want to seize the day and get up the mountain first thing in the morning. At Andorra Resorts we understand that time on holiday is precious, so we’ve put together some top tips to prepare you and help keep the time spent collecting your equipment to a minimum. (more…)
Skiing and snowboarding are fun sports with millions of followers. However, they also offer an infinity of work opportunities that maybe you have never thought about. Could you imagine having the mountain as your office and being up the hill every single day of the season among breathtaking landscapes? Discover now how to become a ski or snowboard instructor! (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…)
It’s becoming increasingly popular these days to seek self-catering accommodation for your holiday as it allows two things – value for money and complete flexibility. With people being more confident in travelling independently now, it’s opened a world of options to where you can stay, and we think we’ve found a complete gem in Soldeu. (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…)