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Andorra is ideally located in the Pyranees mountain range, between France and Spain, and takes up just 450 square kilometres. The principality is most famous for its
Pal — Arinsal ski resort is north of the capital, La Vella, and is well suited to beginners or lower intermediate skiers. There is excellent childcare offered here, making the resort a good family destination; while the lively nightlife is appealing to younger crowds. The two small Alpine villages of Pal and Arinsal both offer a range of budget accommodation. A wider selection of bars and discos can be found at La Vella.
Ordino — Arcalis is located in a scenic protected area on the southern slopes of the Pyranees, in the northwestern region of Andorra. The ski resort boasts a high quality of snow, plus an extended winter due to its location. The village of Ordino has a range of hotels while, El Serrat is the nearest option for lodging close to the slopes. A variety of cafés offer aprè
Pas de la Casa — Grau Roig ski resort aims of offer ideal winter package holidays to young people on a tight budget. The resort is nestled in the east, on the French/Andorran border. One hundred kilometres of pistes covering the linked areas of Grau Roig and Soldeu make this the largest ski area in the Pyrenees. The resort is most popular with snowboarders, as the slopes are perfect for cruising.
The only way into Andorra is by road and the major routes include the CG1 from Spain and the CG2 from France. The nearest airports are in Barcelona and Girona in Spain, and