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Ski Area

Andorra’s ski areas have done well for themselves over the years, developing from a fairly basic set-up 30 and 50 years ago into some of the world’s top ski destinations today. But none has done better than Soldeu, which has managed to maintain its wide-ranging appeal, whilst moving to offer some very swanky options, including some very nice four and five-star hotels, complete with luxurious spas and gourmet restaurants. Soldeu has also been at the heart of a drive to dramatically improve the ski experience available in Andorra, by inter-connecting the ski areas above Soldeu with those of five adjacent villages to form the country’s and indeed the entire region’s biggest ski area, Grandvalira. But whilst it may now cater for the most sophisticated ski clientele, Soldeu hasn’t forgotten its roots and there’s still plenty of affordable family-friendly dining and lots of great duty-free apres ski spots in the village. It’s still the super-friendly, fun and affordable ski destination it always was.

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Transfer Details

  • Barcelona: 4 hours
  • Toulouse: 2 hours 15 minutes

Key Facts

Key facts for Soldeu

  • Soldeu is a great choice for beginners with brilliant ski schools employing British, Australian and New Zealand instructors to teach first timers and improvers.
  • Soldeu is part of the largest ski area in Andorra and the Pyrenees, with 210km of linked ski runs served by a great network of high speed chair and gondola lifts.
  • Although the vast Grandvalira ski area is best suited to intermediates to cruise around on the wide, sunny slopes Soldeu has been building a reputation for more advanced skiers too, staging World Cup Alpine and Freeride competitions in recent years.
  • Everything about Soldeu and the Grandvalira ski region is XL sized compared to the rest of the Pyrenees – there are more than 60 lifts, over 30 mountain restaurants and nearly 2000 hectares of terrain to enjoy.