Andorra is home to four great destinations for family activities:
We're going to give you an overview of each one below, but this doesn't include all the other fun things such as heading to Caldea Spa, visiting Parc Central, getting an adrenaline rush at Extreme 360 (indoor skate park) or simply enjoying some of the fantastic nature on a mountain walk. Aside from the main destinations there are plenty of other attractions, some of which can be found on our adventure page.
In Grandvalira during the summer months there are two main attractions, for families you have the Family Park Canillo, and then along the valley in Soldeu is the highest golf course in Europe, Golf Soldeu.
The summer focal point of Grandvalira, Family Park Canillo is also know as "Mon(t) Màgic" (Magical Mountain). Here you'll find stunning mountain scenery along with lakes for canoeing and pedalos, plus plenty of other activities for the whole family.
For the younger ones (three years upwards) there's a play area with a ball pool, bouncy castles, giant board games, slides, hanging bridges and more. If you want to get back to nature then there's the Fornatura Circuit which you can either explore on your own or you can be accompanied by a guide, this is a fantastic way to taking in the wildlife and nature of Andorra.
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Vallnord is home to two family activity destinations, the main one being found in Pal, accessed either by car or by the gondola from La Massana, and also a smaller activity centre in Arcalis, which is accessed with a stunning drive through a national park.
The Mountain Park in Pal really does have something for the whole family, whether you have young children who want to play at the Pekepark, with ball pools, trampolines, climbing walls, swings and slides, or if you have older children who'll enjoy go karts or zip lines, through to teenagers on their mountain bikes.
To encourage young ones to get onto mountain bikes head to the Kid's Bike Park, suitable from three years upwards, or the pump track from four years. From six years up passes to the main bike park are available, and you can find out more about the Bike Park here.
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Designed for families to enjoy fun in the stunning natural environment of La Coma del Forat d’Arcalis, the park is themed around the world of Agustina, Leo and Max, the three Vallnord mascots. As well as the incredible mountain scenery where you can go walking, your children can enjoy bouncy castles and trampolines.
There are mini quad bikes for children aged 10-18 years on an enclosed circuit, or from 18+ full sized quad bikes are available to head into the mountains on set paths around La Coma d'Arcalis. Another way to see the mountains as a family is by Gicafer a caterpillar tracked vehicle seating 14 people, accompanied by a guide.
An adventure park set over 800 hectares in the forest and mountains above Sant Julia, towards the Spanish border of Andorra. The park is divided into two areas, one at 1,600 metres above sea level, where the main rides can be found, and the other at 2,000 metres above sea level, where you'll find the starting point for some of the activities as well as the animal park.
Naturlandia has a wide range of activities to enjoy, including archery, an animal park, a farm school, buggies, tubing, mini golf, pony trekking, bouncy castles, trampolines and more, however the two main attractions at the park are...