With its award-winning ski schools, top of the range ski lifts and affordable, reputable package holidays, Andorra skiing is a superb option for your 2013/14 winter vacation. Whether you’re traveling with young children and want to make use of the excellent, English speaking tuition or you’re planning on heading for the black runs and cross country trails, the reputation of Andorraas an all-round base makes it a clear winner, whatever your personal requirements.
Haven’t been to Andorra before? Or have, but fancy staying in a different resort? Here’s three of the best resorts scattered around this municipality in the heart of the Pyrenees.
A perfect base for families and beginners who want to develop their skills on wide-open slopes with the help of award-winning ski schools, Arinsal can be found close to the border with Spain on the western side of the country.
Since the first ski lifts were installed in the 70s, the resort has gone from strength to strength, now home to 63km of pisted runs ranging from green nursery slopes to advanced red and black runs.
Bars and restaurants are family friendly and there’s plenty of après ski facilities to keep you entertained past sundown.
Soldeu and El Tartar
Whatever your budget, proficiency and preference, there’s something for everyone in Soldeu and El Tartar.
The resorts form part of the 205km Grandvalira area which suits all abilities, while the snow park in El Tartar is perfect for those who want to push themselves in a more challenging setting.
Pas de la Casa
This resort is the highest one in Andorra and, as such, has a superb snow record.
Combine that with unrivaled nightlife opportunities and Pas de la Casa is a perfect option for party animals with a taste for extreme winter sports.
Take your pick from the fantastic ski resorts in Andorra and start planning your 2013/14 winter holiday today to benefit from some incredible early bird offers.
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