Pas de la Casa Ski Holidays Call to book: 01733 224 808
Located in the north-eastern part of Andorra, Pas de la Casa is one of the highest ski resorts in the country. With 205kms of runs, you’ll find something for all ability levels, with everything from gentle nursery slopes to thrilling freeride runs. Pas de la Casa’s lively après-ski scene is a big attraction, with a great selection of bars, clubs and restaurants to pick from.
Zip past the snow-dusted trees on a snowmobile or rent a pair of snow shoes to explore the mountains. Make the most of the duty-free shopping with a trip to one of the indoor shopping centres. The leisure centre in the centre of town is a great place to go after a long day on the slopes. Chill out in a whirlpool or take a relaxing dip in the swimming pool. You’ll find a selection of Catalan restaurants in the centre of town. Tuck into butifarra sausages before heading out for a lively night at one of the local bars or clubs.
Famous for being the highest resort in the Pyrenees with over 205km of runs, it’s no surprise that skiing is one of the best things to do in Pas de la Casa. If you’re looking to improve your skills on the slopes, the Pas de la Casa ski school is a great place to start. The experienced coaches will even video you on the slopes, so you can see exactly what you need to do to become a better skier. If you’re ready to move on from the gentle nursery slopes, try out one of the green runs instead.
If skiing isn’t all you want to do on holiday, you’ll be pleased to hear that there are plenty of other attractions in Pas de la Casa. Instead of zipping down the slopes, walk through the snow-capped trees and explore the area on snow shoes. For a mind-blowing view of the slopes, book a helicopter ride and see the resort from above. After all that activity, you’ll want to spend some time winding down. Head over to the local leisure centre where you can take a relaxing dip in the pool or sweat it out in the steam room.
Arinsal turns into a lively party town in the evenings. Kick off your evening with dinner at a local restaurant – you’ll be spoilt for choice here, with everything from French to Thai. For a real taste of Catalonia, tuck into a local dish, like trinxat. It’s a warming combination of cabbage, potatoes and tender pork and it’s very traditional in these parts. After you’ve had your fill, it’s time to party. Let your hair down with cocktails and house music, or have a few beers with your mates in an indie bar.