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Grandvalira in Andorra is the biggest ski resort in the Pyrenees and Southern Europe. It has 138 runs covering 210 km and offers a range of hotels at the foot of the slopes.
The ski area is divided into 7 different sectors: Canillo, Soldeu, Pas de la Casa, Encamp, El Tarter, Peretol and Grau Roig. There are various different access points between Encamp and Pas de la Casa. Most of these can be used by people with reduced mobility.
Among the many services on offer at the resort are equipment hire stores, a reservations centre, restaurants, snack bars, terraces and barbecues, a Wi-Fi zone, snowparks, kids’ trails, baby clubs, crèches and a variety of snow-based activities for non-skiers...
The season begins at the start of December and ends around mid-April, depending on the weather.
Season and day ski passes
With the recent addition of the Ordino Arcalís resort to Grandvalira, Grandvalira Resorts was born, a skiable domain that exceeds more than 240 km (Ordino Arcalís with 30.5 km and Grandvalira with 210 km), offering its guests a world of benefits. From now on, with the Grandvalira or the Ordino-Arcalís season passes, you can move about the largest skiable domain in Southern Europe with just one pass and no restrictions.
But if you only want to go just for the day, then the Ski Pass Plus+ is your best option. This pass gives you access to the two skiable domains of Grandvalira Resorts (Grandvalira and Ordino Arcalís) but with some very interesting pricing conditions: you only pay for the days you ski, with a 15% discount for the second day!
Request further information from Grandvalira and choose the pass that’s best for you.
And now, for greater convenience, you can top up your pass. You can book one with your purchase and have it sent to your home.
The webcams show pre-recorded aerial images of different sectors in Grandvalira.
Restaurants to suit all tastes are available. There are around 60 premises offering everything from self-service to table-service, “good fast food” and dinners in the mountains.
Schools and creches
Grandvalira also has four creches for kids aged 1 to 4. These are in the following sectors: Canillo, El Tarter, Soldeu and Grau Roig. They open from 9:30am to 4.30pm. There are packages for 1 to 5 days and morning, afternoon or full day bookings can be made.
The Ski & Mountain Academy is Grandvalira’s innovative ski school. It has six centres with over 400 instructors and caters for all levels and ages with ski school for adults and kids as well as specialist lessons.
This season, Grandvalira has taken things a step further and created Snowvolution, a learning programme for the youngest of the family, which combines skiing lessons with other snow activities. These programmes run for 8 to 10 days and take place during the mornings at the El Tarter and Grau Roig sectors in the winter season.
Enjoy the best restaurant terraces in the resorts!
Av. Carlemany 82, Ed. Illa Carlemany, 4t pis, Despatx 401
(+376) 891 800https://www.grandvalira.com/ca/contacta-grandvalira
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