NOVELTY: The local leisure and dining venue, L’Abarset, is back stronger than ever this winter season and hopes to offer the best après-ski experience in Europe. At more than 2,000 m2 spread over two floors and a 700m2 terrace, during the day, L’Abarset offers delicious full breakfasts. At midday, it serves local and seasonal products and from 4 p.m., the outside of L’Abarset gets ready for après-ski, where visitors can enjoy great music and then stay for dinner in the same place. (+info)
ENJOY INFINITE SLOPES
The Grandvalira Ski Resort, in the Principality of Andorra, is the largest area in southern Europe to enjoy the king of winter sports. It opened in 2003 and since then has been evolving into what it has become today, a leading sport and fun destination for all audiences. Companies that hold their conventions, conferences, seminars and other events know the importance of choosing a destination where professional activities can be combined with culture and leisure. In this sense, Grandvalira can boast to having a nearly unending offer of services and options available 365 days a year, from top-level gastronomy to activities like snowmobile outings, all included with one of the most renowned and popular après-ski parties among snow lovers.
The alpine resort is divided into six sectors: Canillo, Encamp, El Tarter, Grau Roig, Soldeu and Pas de la Casa. There are 6 vehicle entrances from the CG2 road leading to more than 100 slopes spanning a total of 210 km. Arcalis, another ski resort in Andorra is also part of Grandvalira.
At Grandvalira your skiing level or experience is of no matter, because in addition to there being slopes for all kinds of skiers, you have the option to learn or improve your technique with qualified professional instructors, in either private or group classes. In addition to downhill skiing, you can also do snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snow tubing, dog sledging and zip-lines. Wildthentic experiences have been designed for more adventurous types, with outdoor activities like back-country skiing, mountain biking, hiking and 4x4 routes in the Pyrenees.
A comprehensive culinary offering allows you to have a quick breakfast to replenish your strength or end the day with unbeatable views while enjoying top-quality dishes. The Arrosseria Pi de Migdia restaurant and the IQOS terrace, both in the Tartar sector, and the Iglú Hotel in the Grau Roig sector, are some of the recommended places to stop and enjoy a unique atmosphere and setting. A medical centre can attend to any possible incident on the spot, while the ski storage and professional photography services are there to make sure everything goes perfectly and to give you a lasting memory of your day.
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