If you are a lover of the snow season and skiing, you will undoubtedly find Grandvalira an oasis.
Located in the north of Andorra, bordering France, thanks to its more than 210 km of skiable terrain, fun is guaranteed. Whether you are a beginner or an expert you will find your place in the 127 slopes of different difficulties, as well as 12 km of freeride area for the most daring and expert.
History of Grandvalira
Grandvalira was created in 2003 thanks to the long-awaited merger of Pas de la Casa – Grau Roig and Soldeu el Tarter, the two main Andorran ski resorts to date. Thanks to this union, Grandvalira becomes the largest ski area in the Pyrenees.
The investment and growth it has experienced over the last decade has made it one of the reference ski areas in Southern Europe. In fact, it has hosted several world-class sporting events and has 3 World Cup slopes!
What will you Find in Grandvalira, Andorra?
More than 200 km skiable
A total of 127 pistes for all levels
Ski Academy with qualified instructors
Nurseries for the little ones
Ski school for children
More than 55 catering points
You will also find a snow park, even a night one!
Map of the Ski Slopes
Grandvalira normally opens its pistes early December. We recommend you visit the official website of Grandvalira as they always have offers that you may find interesting to organise your next visit.