Ski Resorts in Andorra
Located between France and Spain, Andorra gives you the Pyrenees as your playground. This small principality attracts a mainly young, lively crowd that love the ski resorts in Andorra that are available to them. Our ski guide to each destination will help you decide where suits you and your budget perfectly.
What's The Atmosphere Like?
If you're thinking about skiing in Andorra you don't have to be young, but all the Andorra ski resorts specialise in a great nightlife scene! This is helped by the duty free drinks available. Soldeu and El Tarter tend to be the liveliest resorts. There are attempts to try and make some of the resorts a little more upmarket but currently this is still a country that offers a good party atmosphere for those on a tight budget.
How Many Resorts Are There?
There are 6 main ski resorts to choose from including El Tarter, Soldeu, Pas de la Casa, Arinsal and Ordino.
Who Will Enjoy It Most Here?
The ski resorts here are most suited to beginners and intermediates.There's good ski schools, modern and efficient lift systems and fairly reliable snow too. If you are a more experienced skier then check out Pas de la Casa and families are best suited to Ordino. Most resorts are fairly lively with a good number of bars and restaurants.
How Do You Get Here?
The best way to get to Andorra is via Barcelona or Toulouse. The transfer from Barcelona is between 3 to 3.5 hours and from Toulouse it's about 3.5 hours. There are a good number of airlines from the UK including BA and the budget airlines easyJet and Ryannair.
What's It Like To Stay Here?
Accommodation is mainly in hotels and self catered apartments. This isn't the best place if you are looking for catered chalets. There has been recent investment made in upgrading facilities but it would be fair to say that Andorra is still more appealing to those on a budget.