They say that he who has found a friend has found a treasure.
¿And who wouldn't take that precious treasure
to Andorra for a few days of fun?
Here you can discover a wealth of adventure pursuits,
eextraordinary experiences and group activities.
So pack your suitcase and take note of everything
that Andorra hides among its mountains. You're in for a surprise!
Bathing in a spa that's unlike any other spa.
Beneath this magnificent glass pyramid lies one of the wonders of Andorra: Caldea. Immerse yourself in Thermoludic's thermal waters and let yourself drift away on the currents of the outdoor lagoon. Soak in the Indo-Roman baths, relax in one of the hydromassage tubs suspended in the central lagoon, and gaze at the starry sky as the bubbles roll down your back. If you're seeking a more relaxing experience, indulge yourself with a massage that will also grant you access to Origins, the themed spa where you can bathe among grapefruits or walk on stones in the Aztec baths.
And don't forget your smartphone! The live night shows – which you can enjoy at key times during the high season – and the light that streams into Thermoludic's indoor lagoon creating spectacular sparkles at sunset are perfect for spicing up your Instagram and becoming the envy of all the friends who didn't join you on this getaway. Oh, and if you're coming in winter, check the weather forecast to make sure it's snowing.
Only in Caldea can you bathe in a Jacuzzi of hot water while snowflakes land softly on your head.
If you love nature, Andorra is the paradise.
If you and your friends are fond of the mountains, they're right at your fingertips. Outside of the ski season, trails of all levels let you traverse valleys, ascend peaks and reach some of the country's 100 lakes. Have you ever bathed in a mountain lake? It's a unique and refreshing experience that's sure to create a few laughs and some funny videos when experienced with friends.
In winter, Grandvalira, Vallnord and Naturlandia invite you to practice all types of skiing (even at night!) as well as other activities such as snowmobiling, mushing (dog sledding), heli-skiing, tandem speedriding (paragliding that leads to skiing), ski biking, orienteering routes, etc. The ski areas are also open in summer. In Naturlandia, you can ride the longest nature toboggan in the world, while Grandvalira boasts the longest zip line in the Pyrenees and a toboggan that can reach 40 km/h on the descent, and Vallnord Pal-Arinsal has its own bike park and rope park.
Another fun activity that can be enjoyed all year round is the Palau de Gel. Don't miss out on a few laps in the ice karts or the night sessions at Disco Gel (night sessions at the skating rink, with music and lights to make you shake your booty).
Have an unforgettable experience with the best that virtual reality has to offer in Zero Latency's games. Defy gravity, fight deadly viruses, travel to the future or escape the zombie apocalypse. If you like, you can combine this unique activity with a visit to Caldea. It's all covered by one pass which, of course, works out cheaper!
Another totally original plan (that is limited to the winter season) is a trip to the country's most iconic vantage point. Photos from the Roc del Quer viewpoint, located at the edge of a transparent walkway that opens up to the void, are sure to get a lot of likes on social media and will leave you with an unforgettable memory. You can find it on the Coll de Ordino road, a route that connects Canillo with Ordino and also boasts spectacular scenery (especially in autumn).
And in the evening, you're not allowed to stay at home! During the winter season you can't miss the après-ski in Grandvalira or Arinsal, where you can have dinner and dance until your whole body aches. You'll also find many British-style pubs where you can enjoy a good beer or venues where you can get a drink as you listen to a live performance. And in the summer, don't miss Andorra la Vella's Old Town. It has loads of spots where you can eat, drink and have fun while enjoying some of the regularly scheduled entertainment.
(*Leisure offer is currently limited as a measure to prevent COVID-19.)
Tell us what you like and we'll find a restaurant to suit your requirements.
One of the most popular restaurants in both winter and summer is the Pessons restaurant in the Grandvalira area. The stunning views from the nature-encircled terrace and the extensive menu, which includes meat and rice dishes, will satisfy even the most discerning palates.
If you're looking for a convenient way to combine your lunch or dinner with a visit to Caldea, we recommend checking out some of the offers with restaurant. Our Blu restaurant, overlooking the interior lagoon, offers a menu based on market cuisine with a bistro touch. And for palates with more exotic tastes, teleport to the Far East without leaving Caldea, enjoying the flavors of Thai and Japanese cuisine, in the Siam Shiki restaurant, with a very careful decoration and presided over by a giant, cylindrical aquarium. Check the menu of the Blu and Siam Shiki restaurants here.
If you're looking for new experiences, you definitely won't run out!
Make the most of the winter season by dining in one of the restaurants in the ski resorts. Traditional mountain dishes in a 100% authentic atmosphere that can only be reached by ski touring, snowshoeing, snowcat or snowmobile. And if you pick a night with a full moon, the experience will be that much better. In summer, discover the Incles Valley and l'Ovella Negra, a restaurant set in the heart of nature that regularly hosts live performances. Don't forget to bring a jacket (or even a blanket like the pros), even in the middle of summer. We guarantee you won't regret it.