Grandvalira is the biggest resort in Andorra, with more than 210 km of runs.
It has the largest ski domain in the Pyrenees and is credited with covering the most extensive surface area in the South of Europe.
Location of Grandvalira
Situated in the Eastern Valley of Andorra, Grandvalira offers the choice between seven different sectors, so as to satisfy the most demanding customers. Artificial snow guarantees more than 60% of the ski domain, making winter sports available at any time.
International Alpine Ski Competitions
The resort is home to the only run in Andorra where International Alpine Ski competitions can be held and Grandvalira has hosted several races of the World cup of skiing. The resort is also a candidate to organize International Alpine Ski competitions on its FIS runs.
Facilities at the Resort
Whatever the sector of the resort, skiers will always find all the services they need: ski schools, excellent restaurants, nurseries or kindergartens among others. Grandvalira’s vast gastronomic offerings will amaze visitors by its choice between over 40 different restaurants and cafeterias, to suit all tastes and budgets.
Grandvalira is an incredible resort and winter destination to explore.
Vlog Part I – What to do at Grandvalira in Andorra
This is Vlog Part I from a recent trip I took to Andorra.
Grandvalira is the biggest ski resort in Andorra with some amazing terrain and is an awesome winter destination.
In this video we highlight different aspects of the resort as well as the Freeride Junior World Championship of skiing.
Vlog Part II – Exploring the Incredible Grandvalira, Andorra
This is Vlog Part II from a trip I took to Andorra. Grandvalira has some amazing ski terrain and is an awesome winter destination. In this video we highlight different aspects of the resort and explore a bit more of what Grandvalira has to offer. In this video Greg takes us for an incredible mid-ski lunch, to an ice hotel, and dog sledding down a mountain (cute puppy alert!).
Did you know?
This is the largest ski domain in the Pyrenees and is credited with covering the most extensive surface area in the South of Europe.