Andorra ski holidays & resorts

Ski Andorra for an unforgettable ski holiday

The landlocked mountainous Principality of Andorra (average elevation 1,996m-6549ft) is bordered by both France and Spain and is located in the eastern Pyrenees. Known as a destination for fun-loving skiers and snowboarders, Andorra is hard to beat when it comes to lively après and duty free shopping, making it an ideal European destination with fantastic value for money. The resorts, including Arinsal, Soldeu and Pas de la Casa, have recently moved more up market with improved lifts and renovated hotels as well as having many great spa and leisure facilities available. Andorra consists of two main ski areas, Grandvalira and Vallnord, and all resorts are within a days travel - so if at any point you think you've covered your current terrain, there are many opportunities to ski anew!

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Where to ski in Andorra

Snow in Andorra

Despite the country facing the Mediterranean, the sunny days don’t result in a lack of snow, and you’ll find opportunities to ski powder are good right from the start of the season. Due to its high altitude, sitting at an impressive 2,100m above sea level, Pas de la Casa offers some of the best quality slopes and is the most snow-sure resort across Andorra.

Beginners and Families

Arinsal is ranked as one of the best ski resorts for families, and is a fantastic choice for those of you looking to find your snow feet. With its nursery slopes situated at high altitudes, beginners are guaranteed great runs and reliable snow. The resort’s combination of landscape and selection of highly reputable English speaking ski schools offers you the ideal friendly and relaxed environment for learning.

Best for Après

Pas de la Casa has the biggest reputation for après ski and is certainly well known for being Andorra’s liveliest resort. Pas’s après can be as wild or as laid-back as you want them to be, with activities continuing into the early hours of the morning. Surrounded by people with the same passion for the snowy mountains, Pas provides you with a social atmosphere you won’t find in other resorts.

Best for Snowboarders

Included in the Grandvalira and Arinsal lift passes is Ordino-Arcalis, which is a snowboarder’s go to. It's no surprise its ranked number one for choice as the area totals around 18 miles and is made up of a challenging terrain that overlooks the snowy tree tops. Although accommodation is not available in Ordino-Arcaslis we’d highly recommend visiting if you’re looking for a quiet run with a touch of competition as the ski area is north facing so the quality and quantity of snow the area receives attracts a more experienced crowd. However, if you are looking for something slightly closer to your hotel, Soldeu offers four snow parks as well as a freestyle academy designed with the most extreme winter sports in mind.

Why book a ski holiday in Andorra with Inghams?

  • Lift pass - Your lift pass will grant you access to pretty much everywhere, whether that's your local area or a day or two on the other side of the mountain, there'll be loads for you to explore!
  • Over 85 years of experience and knowledge - You can trust us to deliver your perfect holiday.
  • Flights, transfers and accommodation - Included in all of our holidays.

Ski Regions in Andorra

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  • from£549pp
  • Area: 210km
  • Altitude: up to 2640m
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Since they joined forces, the Grandvalira super-ski area has linked the resorts of Soldeu and Pas de la Casa with over 200km of slopes! This impressive lift system has state-of-the-art gondolas and fast chairs, which really do allow you to get some piste-miles under your belt.

  • from£579pp
  • Area: 63km
  • Altitude: up to 2560m
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Arinsal, located towards Andorra’s western border with Spain, is part of Andorra’s Nord ski region which includes the Pal area, with runs totalling almost 60 miles. It’s a lively village with a range of activities, bars/restaurants and offers some of the best-value skiing anywhere in Europe.

  • from£599pp
  • Area: 210km
  • Altitude: up to 2640m
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Known affectionately as ‘Pas’, this lively frontier town is in north eastern Andorra, to the French border. At 2100m, Pas de la Casa offers altitude and accessible skiing with direct links to Grau Roig and the whole Grandvalira area.

Currency: Euro

No. of Airports: 1 – Barcelona

Fly from: London Gatwick, Bristol, Luton, Manchester & Edinburgh

Latest Andorra Ski Deals
2024/25 Andorra Ski Deals from £1,049 pp
December Ski Deals from £589 pp
Pas de la Casa Ski Deals from £599 pp

Andorra Ski Holiday FAQs

What are the top ski resorts in Andorra?

The top ski resorts in Andorra are Soldeu, Arinsal and Pas de la Casa. Soldeu & Pas de la Casa are part of the Grandvalira super-ski area and Arinsal is part of Andorra's Vallnord ski region. Popular resorts, all part of great ski areas.

What are the snow conditions like in Andorra?

Our three resorts in Andorra are amongst the highest in the Pyrenees and all have skiing over 2,000 metres with well-groomed slopes throughout the ski season. Andorra is particularly known or its sunny days and is perfect for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.

Are there any ski resorts in Andorra suitable for snowboarders?

Yes, the Grandvalira ski region (reached by resorts such as Arinsal) is the perfect place for snowboarders with 18 miles of challenging terrain. Otherwise staying in Soldeu offers 3 snow-parks to choose from and a permanent boardercross.

What hotels are popular for skiers in Andorra?

Park Piolets in Soldeu is a stylish 5-star hotel on a half-board basis. Hotel Xalet Verdu is good value for money and very welcoming in Arinsal. Hotel Font d’Argent in Pas de la Casa is the centre of resort and only 1 minute’s walk to the lifts.

Which ski resorts in Andorra are suitable for beginner skiers?

Though Andorra is a smaller skiing destination, they cater well for beginner skiers and young children. Ideally visiting the resort of Arinsal to start your ski journey is best, with nursery slopes at high-altitude you will have great snow to practise on. The Arinsal Ski School is English speaking and has a superb reputation for beginners.

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