Andorra has long had a reputation as the most affordable ski destination in Western Europe, and for more than two decades now it’s become known as well for its high-quality amenities and its very large ski areas. The superb Grandvalira area, which includes the linked ski slopes of resorts like Soldeu, El Tarter and Pas de la Casa, is not only the biggest in the Pyrenees but also one of the 20 biggest in Europe.
So with money tight for most of us this winter, it’s good to know that Andorra remains highly affordable, so you can pay less without compromising on quality, nor that need for kilometres and kilometres of fantastic snow slopes beneath our skis. In fact, from this winter, the Grandvalira lift pass covers the whole of Andorra, including the Pal-Arinsal ski area and the freeride El Dorado or Ordino Arcalís.
The Andorra ski holiday specialists Andorra Resorts offer fully flexible ski trips so you can pick and choose the best-value options for your trip and add or remove elements as you desire to maximise value for money and personalise your ski holiday.
“If you’re struggling to make your budget work, you can find the most affordable flight options, and maybe ski for four days instead of six, so you’re not missing out on your ski fix,”
says company boss and long-time Andorra expert, Steve Hull, who also recommends skiers book as soon as possible to secure the best deal.
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