IT’S A COMBINATION OF CULTURES
A unique blend of Spanish and French cultures with plentiful and delicious food as well as warm, friendly people.
IT’S A HIDDEN GEM
Despite its high altitude resorts and incredible skiing with superb snow records, it tends to be quieter and less expensive than most comparable ski areas.
IT’S PERFECT FOR SKIERS OF ALL ABILITIES
Both the resorts in Andorra (Grandvalira and Vallnord) are ideal for beginners but also offer plenty for the more intermediate and advanced.
It’s so easily accessible – under 12 hours drive from Calais
Two fantastic ski resorts - Grandvalira and Vallnord
Great value compared with other countries
Consistently superb snow records, including late season
Served by Barcelona and Toulouse airports, short transfers and plenty of flights
Two of the best – Vallnord and Grandvalira. Both are high altitude with superb snow records. Each has areas that are perfect for beginners to find their ski legs safely, but also offer plenty to challenge intermediate and more advanced skiers. Grandvalira offers no less than 210km of piste and whilst Vallnord is smaller, it offers great value.
A tiny principality of around 180 square miles in size and is less than a third of the size of London! It's the small country with the big skiing. The Head of State is a shared role between the President of France and the Bishop of nearby Seu d'Urgell in Spain.
Whilst Catalan is the official main language, Spanish, French and English are all widely spoken. The Andorran culture is a wonderful blend of Spanish and French, combining the best of both! The people are friendly and you will not find a warmer welcome.
Andorran cuisine is heir to a centuries-old tradition linked to the aromas and flavours of the mountains, which has always been based on local produce and seasonal products cooked depending on the season and traditionally characterised by self-sufficiency. With the passing of time, the gastronomy has assimilated Spanish, French and Catalan cuisines.
Andorra offers more than just skiing! There are loads of activities to keep you busy away from the skiing - snowmobiles, husky sleds, igloo building, snow-shoeing, ice hockey, ice skating, thermal spas and more importantly... duty-free shopping.
The entire country is locked in the Pyrenees which means as well as the never ending ski slopes, Andorra has some of the most stunning vistas in all of Europe.
"A country with over a thousand years of history that covers 180 square miles and receives eight million visitors a year. Skiing in Andorra is easy with Interski."