On 2 January 2021, the Andorran ski resorts opened up some of their facilities to residents of the country. Depending on how the epidemiological situation of our country and that of neighbouring countries develops, it is expected that this opening will extend to all our visitors.
Find all the information you need to enjoy the safest possible holiday in Andorra and check current health protocols.


Still don’t know what to do during your break in Andorra this winter? There are loads of family activities to discover and you're sure to have a most enjoyable break.

Family activities in the ski resort

Winter is a perfect time to visit Andorra with children. Read about the most original fun ideas for the whole family here.

Andorra is the perfect place for visiting with the family, especially in winter. Our prime location in the heart of the Pyrenees mountains and the wide variety of places to have fun mean you're guaranteed a good time. If you want to know what to do in Andorra with children, check out this list of ideas. The little ones will be glad you did! 

Naturlandia: an adventure eco-park unlike anything else

Andorra offers families on holiday a real treasure: Naturlandia, an eco-park full of adventureand animals that offers unique experiences in winter. For example, the chance to go Nordic skiing: the enclosure is home to the only ski resort of its kind in the Principality. That’s why it’s the only place in Andorra for children to take a cross-country skiing course. The monitors there organise guided excursions for all levels. And of course, most of its attractions remain open over winter: high-speed tubbies and minitubbies, a spectacular 44-foot-high balance circuit called Airtrekk, and the longest Alpine slide in the world, known as Tobotronc. 

Time to learn to ski!

Learning to ski is a good excuse to visit Andorra with children. Apart from the Nordic skiing courses, your little ones will love the speed of our alpine skiing slopes. GrandvaliraVallnord-Pal Arinsal and Ordino Arcalís both have ski schools where children can take classes, offering them the most suitable material with the highest safety standards. In addition, at these two resorts you’ll find spaces adapted for babies and children who aren’t yet ready to don skis: nurseries, playrooms, slides, etc. As if that weren’t enough, in Vallnord you can take them to do another activity that’s sure to fascinate them: take them on a snowmobile ride!

Andorra with children on ice, at the Palau de Gel

In Canillo you’ll find the Palau de Gel (Ice Palace) of the Principality, where you can enjoy a wide range of fun activities on the main rink. As well as skating, the little ones can take to quads to ride over the ice along a signposted route with all the necessary protective gear for your child, so you can rest assured they’re as safe as can be. Celebrate a birthday or enjoy a figure skating lesson; these are just two of the fun things this complex offers. It also has a heated pool and a children's play area. 

Likids, fun at Caldea with the little ones

Relaxation is one of Andorra’s key attractions for tourists. Let the children in on the fun too: Caldea, the largest spa leisure complex in southern Europe has set up a spa area specially designed for kids. Water jets, an aquatic area, activities, and workshops... Everything your kids need to have fun as they enjoy their first well-being experience at a spa.

These are just some of the possibilities. If you’re going to travel to Andorra with children, you can find out more ideas in this list. If you don’t want to miss out on any details of seasonal events such as Halloween and Christmas, check out our winter calendar.

The best family plans for winter!