Luxury Ski Chalets Andorra

Andorra offers excellent snow-sure conditions for winter sports with numerous kilometres of runs for all abilities to enjoy. Andorra ski holidays also provide wide open pistes, little to no crowds and excellent ski schools for the whole family to enjoy. Known for its modern lifts and boutique shops, Andorra is home to two fantastic ski areas - Grandvalira and Vallnord. Andorra chalets are particularly popular for families looking to get away for a half-term ski holiday.

Why choose Andorra for a luxury ski holiday?

  • Ski holidays in Andorra are often more reasonably priced than in many other countries in Europe.
  • Andorra ski holidays offer snow-sure slopes & a diverse range of activities for non-skiers to enjoy too.
  • Luxury ski holidays in Andorra have a variety of ski schools offering excellent ski tuition.
  • Andorra's two ski areas offer modern lifts and extensive snow-making facilities.
  • Our luxury ski chalets in Andorra are beautifully designed with convenient locations close to the slopes.

Luxury Ski Holidays Andorra

Located between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains, Andorra is known for its modern lifts, boutique shops and snow-sure slopes. At an elevation of 1,900 metres, the ski resorts of Andorra have gone from strength to strength with investment into extensive snowmaking equipment, whilst the luxury chalets in Andorra provide the perfect base for families looking to enjoy a holiday together.

A regular host for various European Cups and World Championships, Andorra provides great value for money with affordable apres-ski and duty-free shopping too. A great destination for family ski holidays, the resorts in Andorra have plenty of green and blue runs to help beginners build confidence on the slopes. Huge investments have been made in Andorra to rival resorts in both France and Austria, and with over 100 pistes in Grandvalira alone Andorra ski holidays provide something for every level of skier.

Before heading back to your ski chalet in Andorra after a day on the slopes make sure you take time to enjoy the apres scene too. Share your love of the mountains with like-minded people at apres in Andorra. In the welcoming bars and restaurants where locals and holidaymakers celebrate the winter season together, apres ski often flows into the later hours of the evening.

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Luxury Ski Resorts in Andorra

Andorra is home to two fantastic ski areas - Grandvalira and Vallnord. In 2023 Grandvalira will be the home of the Alpine Ski World Cup Finals hosting the 25 best skiers from all alpine disciplines. Made up of 210 km of pistes, Grandvalira is the biggest area linking the main resorts of party town Pas de la Casa, upmarket Soldeu and El Tarter.

Soldeu is one of the most popular resorts in the Grandvalira area with a fantastic choice for a luxury ski holiday in Andorra. Located in the middle of Grandvalira, Soldeu has the biggest ski area in the whole of Andorra with slopes particularly suited to beginner and intermediate skiers.

Soldeu has the biggest ski area in the whole of Andorra with slopes particularly suited to beginner and intermediate skiers. Soldeu is the perfect resort for family ski holidays in Andorra with an excellent school on hand to help both new skiers and those more experienced improve their technique.

At an altitude of 1,800 metres, Soldeu has links to Encamp, Canillo, El Tarter, Grau Roig and Pas de la Casa with 303 km of slopes to explore in total. Freestylers have three terrain parks to choose from whilst beginners can enjoy 60 green and blue runs. Experienced skiers can also enjoy an Andorra ski holiday by taking on the legendary Avet, the 2012 Women's Skiing World Cup slope.

With around 100 km of pistes, Vallnord which includes the resorts of Arinsal, Pal and Ordino-Arcalis, makes up the rest of Andorra’s ski area and has a combination of both intermediate terrain and nursery slopes. Set amongst the picturesque valleys of the northwest of Andorra, Ordino-Arcalis is renowned for its scenic slopes, great snow record and freeride areas, whilst Arinsal is very popular for family ski holidays in Andorra. Arinsal is also linked to Pal via a 50-person cable car.

With varied terrain and a diverse choice of activities, Andorra is a popular skiing destination for families, particularly for those wanting to get away to the mountains for a half-term holiday. Renowned for its world-famous skiing tuition, Andorra is also a great place to ski together in groups with a lively apres-ski atmosphere and top-quality slopes.

Luxury Ski Chalets in Andorra

Providing attractive scenery and extensive skiing, Soldeu has some of the best ski chalets Andorra has available to rent. The majority of our ski chalets in Andorra are available on a bed-and-breakfast basis, giving guests the opportunity to explore the local restaurants during their stay. From French to Italian cuisine, many of Andorra's restaurants offer spectacular views across the Pyrenees.

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Andorra Family Ski Holidays

The most popular family-friendly resorts in Andorra include Soldeu and El Tarter in Grandvalira. Other ski resorts in Andorra for families include Arinsal where there are a number of activities for children and adults alike to enjoy together.

Soldeu is a great resort for large groups and families as there are a number of slopes to suit all abilities. For families skiing in Andorra, there are also plenty of alternative winter activities to experience, including snowshoe hiking and dog sledding. Families in Andorra can also go ice skating and enjoy a snowmobile experience, or for something a little different, why not take a hot air balloon ride with views over the Pyrenees? This is an unforgettable experience when on a family holiday in Andorra.

Skiing in Andorra

Andorra ski holidays run from December to April. By mid-December, the season is in full swing with lots of celebration and an increased number of skiers in Andorra for the weeks of Christmas and New Year. For more snow-sure slopes, January tends to offer some excellent snow and this is certainly the month for deals to be had on Andorra chalets and skiing holidays in Andorra.

For family ski holidays in Andorra, February is one of the most popular times when the school half terms are on. March and April are also popular for Andorra chalet rentals providing long sunny days with fewer people on the slopes and some fun events including the Icebreaker Music Festival in Arinsal.

The highest resort altitude in Andorra is in Pas de la Casa at 2100m. Located at the northern end of Andorra and bordering France, this ski resort in Andorra has a French atmosphere with snow cannons ensuring there is snow on more than 65% of the 210km area. Offering something for everyone, beginners and intermediates are best catered for in this resort. Pas de la Casa is also popular with snowboarders due to its board park and half-pipe.

Sitting in the centre of the vast interlinked Grandvalira area are the neighbouring resorts of Soldeu and El Tarter. Popular for Andorra chalet ski holidays, the main gondola station can be found in Soldeu giving quick access to over 60 green and blue runs, ideal for beginner skiers and snowboarders. El Tarter is smaller than Soldeu with a friendly atmosphere perfect for families. This resort is connected to Soldeu via chairlift and has the best snowpark in Andorra - a must-visit area during your ski holiday in Andorra.

At the end of a valley in the southern part of Andorra, Arinsal and its link to nearby resort Pal provides a ski area of 62km with mainly blue runs for beginners and intermediates.