If you’ve been on a ski holiday before, you’ll know that apres-ski is a huge part of the ski-resort culture and is often one of the most memorable parts of your trip, that is – if you can still remember it the next morning! Apres-ski literally means ‘after-ski’ and is used to describe the time spent socialising in bars and restaurants after a fun day on the mountain. Essentially, it’s a great way to keep the good times rolling even after you’ve finished up on the slopes. Read on to find out where’s good and what’s on in Grandvalira!
Booking your ski holiday can be stressful, but Andorra Resorts make booking your ski extras and transfers simple. If you are looking for a flexible ski holiday then booking independently has its benefits. Package holidays offer little to no flexibility in terms of dates and flight times, but choosing your own duration and flights means you can stay for as long as you like.
Half term holidays are nearly here! Half term is traditionally one of the busiest weeks of the season with hundreds of families choosing to spend their well-earnt break on the snowy slopes of Grandvalira and Vallnord. There’s no need to stress, we’re here to tell you everything you need to know so that your holiday is memorable for all the right reasons. (more…)
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…)
Last week we tried one of the activities that Vallnord proposes for this season: A yoga class in the mountains of Pal Arinsal followed by a tasting dinner at the Coll de La Botella restaurant. Of course, the experience was incredible!
Our team is back on the slopes of Andorra this season, with some new faces, do you want to meet us? Do not miss our blog about the Andorra Resorts team 2018-2019.
Ellen, Esther and Rebecca are the experts who make sure you have an unforgettable holiday on the mountains of Andorra, bringing you the latest news in resort, snow reports, and daily photos about the conditions on the slopes. After years of experience working in the travel industry, they have ended up in Andorra because of their passion for snow, tourism and above all to help people. (more…)
If there’s one way to work up an appetite, it’s by hitting the slopes and exploring Grandvalira’s 210 kilometres of pisted runs. And it’s not just snowy slopes that’s on offer in Grandvalira – our “lift pass & lunch” offer includes lunch on the mountain, allowing you to save money, budget for your holiday, and make sure that your children can look after themselves if you’re skiing separately
Published: January 2019 (more…)
Nowadays we are fully connected and there is hardly a second that we are separated from our phones, not even when sleeping. Therefore, when we head to the mountain, apart from taking our goggles, gloves and helmet, there is a must, the mobile phone! It could be uncomfortable, but everyone is skiing with their phone in their pocket, either for security reasons, to contact friends or just to take a snowy selfie. Technology is a major part of our lives, but without a doubt, the mobile is the winner, that’s why apps have been gaining importance day by day (supposedly) making life easier.
If you are going on a ski holiday this season, these are the apps you should have on your phone to help you enjoy the snow to the fullest!
If you are anything like me, you don’t buy anything on the internet without reading through the reviews online and checking the rating first, booking a hotel is certainly no different! We now have access to hundreds of opinions that allow us to form a decision if it’s the right place for us.
That’s why if you are thinking of staying in Pas de la Casa you’d be mad to overlook the Hotel Les Truites. With an impressive score of 9.5 on booking.com, this 3* small and family run hotel is situated right in the heart of the resort and really has everything you need to contribute to a memorable holiday. (more…)
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.