If you read our last blog about skiing in El Tarter we are sure you were eager to continue discovering the other sectors that makeup Grandvalira. In this post, we take you through what the Soldeu sector has to offer.
The Soldeu Ski Resort is characterised by having the widest and most extreme pistes. This makes it the perfect place both for people who want to get started in snow sports as well as seasoned experts looking for adrenaline.
You will find ski slopes for all levels, the best restaurants and you can even take in the wonderful views from up high in a panoramic helicopter flight if you wish.
For Lovers of Skiing and Snowboarding
More than 35 ski slopes for all levels await you in the Soldeu sector:
Can’t wait any longer? Take a look at the ski slopes and the mountains with our webcam from Soldeu, Grandvalira.
What other Sectors does Soldeu Connect with?
What Facilities will you Find in the Soldeu Sector?
TSF4 Assaladors/ TSD6 Pla de les Pedres/ TSF4 Planell de la Font/ TSD6 Solana/ TSF4 Solanelles/ TSD6 Soldeu
4 Rope Lifts
TLC Espiolets/ TLC Estany/ TLC Gall de Bosc/ TLC Solana
2 Mat Lifts
Tapiz Plataforma/ Tapiz Jardí Espiolets
6 Button Lifts
TK Bassots/ TK Bosc/ TK Debutants Soldeu/ TK Escola/ TK Espiolets/ TK Gall de Bosc
What Restaurants are Located Near to the Soldeu Ski Slopes?
Here is a sneak peek of a few great restaurants near to the Soldeu ski slopes:
Clicquot Snow Club Terrace: designed for enjoying the finest champagne and tasting the best selection of Iberian products.
Wine & Meat Bar by Jean Léon: In this fantastic gastronomic restaurant you will be able to enjoy high-end charcuterie, the best meats and grilled vegetables, all complemented by an excellent range of wines.Not only can you enjoy Wine & Meat excellently during the day, but you can also reserve a spot for dinner in a romantic evening setting in the mountains.