If you’ve missed being in the mountains over the last year or so, then get ready for a change of air. With travel looking like it’s going to be opening up over the coming weeks, we’ve got options for you to visit Andorra either this summer or in winter 2021-22, so please read on to discover how easy it is to book holidays to Andorra, all year round.(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…)
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 rundown 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 on offer as you’ll find out below. (more…)
Hitting the mountains on two wheels might sound like a lot of hard work, but when you realise that the ski lifts take you to the top so all you have to do is cycle downhill then the proposition becomes a whole lot more exciting! Adrenaline junkies should know that Vallnord has hosted World Cup and World Championship downhill events, so fantastic courses to ride, but there are also gentle introductions to this addictive sport, in both Vallnord and Grandvalira. (more…)
Are you looking for somewhere new and exciting for your summer holidays?
You might naturally associate Andorra with skiing, but in recent years more and more people are finding out the fantastic range of activities on offer for the whole family – adrenaline fuelled challenges through to relaxing spas, or energetic fun for younger children – this summer you should definitely consider Andorra! (more…)
Andorra is a secret in the Pyrenees.
What happens during the summer is a question often asked by our winter clients – “everything” is my answer! There is something for everyone to enjoy. Keen hikers can enjoy some of the challenging hiking within the area of Arinsal, including the highest peak in Andorra which stands at 2942m in the heart of the Comapedrosa natural park. You could visit UNESCO World Heritage site Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley less than 30 minutes away from Arinsal. There is a huge variety of walks from a leisurely strolls to the most challenging of treks with overnight stay in mountain huts.
Perhaps you’re looking for an adrenaline rush as you enjoy our scenic mountains; well, mountain biking is one of the most popular activities in the area. The Vallnord bike park is already open each weekend until 20th June when it opens full time for the summer season until 13th September. The Soldeu Bike Park is open from 27th June until 27th September. (more…)