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Nestled into the Pyrenees mountains between Spain and France, Andorra is a tiny country that’s home to just over 75,000 people. Famed for its ski resorts, hiking trails and mesmerising scenery, Andorra holidays are perfect for those who love being in the great outdoors. Andorra offers a completely different experience in all four seasons, meaning there’s something to discover no matter what time of the year you go!
Whether you’re travelling with friends, family or with a loved one, the accommodation in Andorra is both varied and plentiful. Cosy wooden lodges are a familiar sight in the country’s ski resorts, with many offering easy ski slope access as well as indoor pools and spectacular mountain views. Meanwhile the cities are home to high-end spa hotels, mid-range bed and breakfasts and pet-friendly apartments for those who want a bit more freedom during their getaway. With so much choice there really only is one question to ask: where to first?
Where to stay
Pas de la Casa
Sitting near the French border, Pas de la Casa is one of the most popular ski resorts in Andorra. Adventurists flock there for its excellent slopes, whilst party-goers enjoy the high-altitude resort’s second-to-none apres ski scene. The party town has a huge selection of bars and clubs available, all with reasonably priced drinks.
Pas de la Casa accommodation includes everything from 4* luxury hotels to cosy B&Bs and fully equipped apartments. Due to the town’s small size, no matter where you end up you’ll never be more than a short away from all the skiing and nightlife action.
Located in the Pyrenees mountains in the parish of Canillo, Soldeu is a picturesque village that boasts slopes for beginners and intermediates. While its apres ski scene arguably isn’t quite as raucous as Pas de la Casa, Soldeu certainly won’t disappoint: it’s home to live music events, nightclubs and old barns converted into bars.
Soldeu shines with its mix of traditional wooden lodges which provide extra cosiness throughout the cold winter months. The village also has a fair selection of other hotels too, including apartments, mid-range hotels and budget hotels.
On the other side of Andorra, close to the country’s border with Spain, the village of Arinsal is beloved by locals for its array of outdoor activity opportunities all year round. There’s plenty of snow activities to enjoy throughout the winter - including dog sledding and snow biking - while in the summer attention turns to the stunning mountain scenery, hiking and biking.
From pet-friendly boutique hotels to cosy lodges and 4* luxury resorts, Arinsal’s accommodation options are plentiful. Most of the hotels provide quick and easy access to the slopes.
What to see
In Andorra’s ski resorts, the obvious thing to do is to carve your way down a mountain - or, at least, get to grips with the basics at a ski school. December through to April offers the best opportunities for those wanting to get some ski time in the calendar. But Andorra is much more than its ski resorts: its capital city of Andorra la Vella boasts impressive medieval architecture as well as high-end shops. Other key features to check out include the Salvador Dali sculpture, the 'Nobility of Time', as well as the Rec del Solà hiking route, with mesmerising views out across the city.
The country is home to three natural parks including Madriu-Perafita-Claror, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fans of both animals and the great outdoors will soak up the sights, with potential wildlife spots including wild boar and golden eagles. There’s also a variety of quirky family-friendly museums dotted around the country - take your pick from museums focusing on perfume, miniatures or even comics!
Many of the Andorran ski resorts come to life after dark, with apres ski opportunities a big pull in enticing tourists in. Pas de la Casa has become known as a high-altitude party town, with young people flocking to the resort for its bars, cosy lounges and nightclubs. Many of the nightlife venues are open until the very early hours of the morning, giving guests a chance to get a few hours’ kip before they hit the slopes again. Soldeu is also known for its array of restaurants, bars and discos - expect to find live music, DJs and sport on the big screens at venues across the resort.
What to eat
Thanks to its location, the food in Andorra is greatly influenced by neighbouring France and Spain. Spanish omelettes are familiar sights on restaurant menus, as well as a generous mix of seafood. However, Andorra does have its own unique cuisine, with escudella often being referred to as its national dish. Mostly eaten during the winter, escudella is a warming stew that features meat, potatoes and cabbage. For something a little more vegetarian friendly, be sure to try trinxat; similar to bubble and squeak, this delicious dish contains mash potatoes, leeks and cabbage - with optional bacon or pork fat. Crema Andorrana is one sweet dish that’s a must-try; this custard-like dessert is topped with freshly whipped cream for a dessert like no other.
Andorra is a shopper’s paradise, not least because it encourages duty-free shopping! Because of this, you’ll most likely find competitive prices on everything from tobacco to cosmetics and alcohol. The capital of Andorra la Vella is home to several large shopping centres including Pyrenees Andorra, which boasts multiple shops across several floors. The city’s Meritxell Avenue is also one of the most famous shopping streets in the country, with stores selling items as varied as clothes, electronics, jewellery and perfumes. If you’re staying in Pas de la Casa, you’ll be treated to stores on almost every street; as well as clothes shops, perfumeries and electronic stores, Pas de la Casa also boasts several sports shops so you can stock up on skiing or hiking gear.
Fast Facts about Andorra
- Direct flight time: 2 hours from London to Girona; then a 3 hour transfer
- Time Zone: GMT +1
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Catalan
- Average price of a domestic beer: €2.25
- Average price of a bottle of wine: €5
- Number of Brit tourists per year: Around 150,000