Skiing in Andorra is an ideal winter getaway at an attractive destination in the heart of the beautiful Pyrenees, between France and Spain. Andorra ski holidays take place in the valley of Grandvalira, which offers excellent opportunities for all types of winter sports. With some 65 peaks above 2000m, Andorra is the second highest mountain state of Europe. The highest peak, Pic de Coma Pedrosa, is found at an enormous 2942m.
There is more to do than just skiing in Andorra. The capital, Andorra la Vella, includes tax-free shopping and fine-dining in renowned restaurants. The thermal bath and spa of the Caldea centre provide a wonderful alternative to a day on the slopes. Plus, you can ice dive, ride a snowmobile or even build an igloo – there’s so much to do when on a ski holiday in Andorra.
In short, when skiing in Andorra you will find snow-secure ski resorts, beautiful scenery, a friendly atmosphere, peaceful surroundings and, of course, a lot of winter fun.
Sunweb offers a number of different ski packages to meet all requirements and to fit all budgets. From cheap ski packages for those on a tight budget to all-inclusive ski packages for those wishing to stay out of the kitchen, Andorra has everything to offer.
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Current Status: Negative travel advice until the 20 November 2020.
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