Andorra is so much more than skiing!
Whether you do not like skiing, or if you like to do other activities during your holidays, the Principality of Andorra has the perfect plan for you. Here are 5 suggestions that you will love and you that can do during winter.
Finish the day between bubbles
After spending a morning on the slopes, there is no better après-ski than to immerse yourself in the thermal waters of the thermoludic zone of CALDEA. In them, your muscles will regain their strength while you enjoy the company of your family, friends or partner. An experience that you cannot miss during your stay in our country. That’s why, in the moment of booking your stay, you can add the entry of 3 hours to CALDEA to your room.
The best prices
If you love shopping, you’re in the right place! Andorra has more than 1500 shops of all kinds, in which you will find your favorite brands and products at the best price. Buy Christmas gifts, or just to treat yourself as you walk down the street.
History of the country
If you are interested in culture and history, in Andorra you have many museums where you can discover how the country was and how people lived in the past.
From visiting an old rural house where you will find heritage and learn about Andorran society to discover the of miniature Nikolai Siadristkyi museum in Ordino.
100% Mountain Gastronomy
Another facet that you must discover when you visiting the country of the Pyrenees is the typical cuisine of mountain areas. Dishes on which you will find meats such as rabbit or beef on the country, famous for its tenderness, and local products such as mushrooms or fresh vegetables. Moreover, in many places, you can try typical Andorran food in the bordes, so it will be a total immersion experience.
High altitude wines
For some years, Andorra has returned to the wine market. The vineyards grow their products starting from 1000 meters above the sea level, getting special flavors and aromas.
You can try the different wines in the cellars of the country after walking and visiting the land where they have been produced.