Five reasons to avoid the beach and come to Caldea this Easter

Do something different this Easter! Forget about the traditional beach break with the standard photo of your feet in the sand and come to Caldea to enjoy everything we have to offer. Below, we give you five good reasons that are sure to convince you.

1. At Easter: skiing and good weather

Don’t put the skis away just yet. Make the most of the recent snowfalls that winter brought us and enjoy the season until the very last minute. Purchase your admission to Caldea with a ski pass for any of the country’s resorts: Grandvalira, Ordino-Arcalís or Vallnord, and join in with the fun on the terraces by the pistes!

2. Activities and more activities!

You won’t be bored unless you want to be. Andorra gives you the opportunity to enjoy countless activities and combine them with Caldea. Find the one for you and complement admission to Thermoludic, if you’re visiting as a family, or to Inúu, if you’re coming as a couple, with cultural, leisure or adventure activities.

3. There’s water here too… but it’s thermal

Jacuzzis, different types of baths, hydromassage tubs… and all without the pesky sand! You can also sunbathe by any of our outdoor lagoons and admire a magical sunset. Of course, we don’t have a beach here, but you won’t miss it.

4. The return of Lumière: the Caldea extravaganza

Each year, Caldea creates a new show that can only be seen during high season dates like Easter. Lumière is a multimedia show featuring laser light displays with TwinLink effects, water and music. The Andorran dance collective Braids TC Company, (formed from the Deivas group, semi-finalists of the Tele 5 programme Got Talent), will liven up the show in Thermoludic’s main lagoon. And to finish things off, the Cocktail Nights have also returned to Inúu.

5. Varied gastronomy, to suit the most discerning palates

An Easter getaway should never be without great food. Choose from Mediterranean diet specialities with Italian touches (pizzas, rice or pasta) in Thermoludic’s Mediterranean restaurant, or from more exotic flavours typical of Japanese or Thai cuisine in the Siam Shiki restaurant. And of course, you can also combine them with the admission to Caldea plus restaurant option.

How would you like to switch it up this year and eat your Easter eggs in Caldea instead of on the beach? You’ll be surprised!

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