Looking for an irresistible plan for this summer? Don’t miss Caldea’s new show: Storm, with a night in our mountain hotel located close to nature.
Entrance to Caldea with show
Surely when you come to Andorra one of your must-visits is Caldea. If so, you should know that in August, a new acrobatics show will be premiering on the inner lagoon. It’s called Storm and it combines impressive pirouettes with canvases, live music, strobe lights and water games. You’ll have a great time!
Storm takes place twice a day, once at 11.40am and once at 9.40pm, so you can choose what time you want to go. From the hotel we take care of everything, as we have an offer that includes:
– Hotel night in a double room.
– Entrance for 3 hours to Caldea Thermoludic.
Enjoy the thermal waters of Caldea as a couple or with friends with the 3-hour entrance to the largest spa in the centre: the Thermoludic,
The Thermoludic’s panoramic lagoon
The 3-hour ticket gives you access to the thermal spa areas where you can have fun and combine it with other activities in Andorra. Take a bath in the indoor lagoon of the Thermoludic, go through its jets, waterfalls or whirlpool baths, then go to the outdoor lagoon without getting out of the water and enjoy its vertical jacuzzi and central geyser. As you are already outside, take the opportunity to go to the panoramic lagoon which is the newest of Caldea, inaugurated last summer. Enjoy its bubbles, the jacuzzi and the 360º views while you fly over the river thanks to its transparent bottom.
Then go back inside and use the reactivation area, the sauna and the Turkish bath and finish in the indoroman baths to tone up with the contrast of temperatures.
Relax and unwind
The hotel is situated at an altitude of almost 1,800 metres, where the nights are more pleasant and the air is fresh all summer long. When you enter the hotel El Tarter you are transported to a traditional mountain accommodation, made with noble materials such as wood and stone. The double rooms are spacious, with a terrace or attic with views of the Grandvalira ski slopes. Now in summer, when you wake up in the morning, the first thing you will see is the green of the mountain slopes.