Can you imagine a full-speed descent with a bird's eye view of spectacular snowy landscapes? Well all you have to do is launch yourself on the Andorran zip-lines. Amazing!
Neither skis nor snowboards. For kids the most enjoyable way of descending slopes is the tubby: these enormous inner tubes slide breathtakingly down the snow, with old and young aboard. So much fun you'll feel like a kid again!
Caldea, a pioneer in "thermal spa leisure" includes an indoor play and relaxation area for kids. Water jets, workshops, bubbles in the jacuzzi and more... A fun and dynamic way to get their first taste of a thermal spring...
Experience mushing on snow sleds. Live the magic of one of the world's oldest, most charming and most environmentally friendly forms of transport.
Few indoor facilities offer such a wide variety of family activities in Andorra as the Palau de Gel indoor centre in Canillo. For instance, karting on ice: on these, the central rink become a fully signposted circuit for young kids to enjoy themselves behind the wheel of these original vehicles. They'll have a great time!
The Naturlandia Animal Park doesn't close in winter: in fact, it's the perfect moment to see how these famous Andorrans live in their natural habitat. The wolf, mouflon, lynx, sika deer and many other animals... They'll be very happy to see you, even if they don't show it!
Tobotronc, the star attraction at Naturlandia, is the world’s longest alpine slide. Its two-seater system on rails also runs in winter, so if your child asks you to come along, you've got no excuse for refusing!
Our snowshoeing excursions, organised at all our ski resorts (Vallnord-Pal Arinsal, Ordino Arcalis, Grandvalira and Naturlandia), will show you the whitest, most beautiful side of our natural landscapes.
Ski in the different children's circuits that the ski resorts have created for the youngsters.
Put your ingenuity to the test and build your own igloo with your loved ones at the Grandvalira Mountain Park! You’ll have nearly an hour and a half to finish it. Do you accept the challenge?