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Hey, we’re going to… Andorra?

16 March 2017

Skiing’s a sport – no one’s denying that. It’s exercise, and it can be tough and it can be tiring. No wonder then that after a hard day on the piste, après-ski has become almost as competitive as the main event. Resorts the world over fight it out to be crowned Top of the… Pubs? […]

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January Skiing in Soldeu – The Lowdown

27 January 2017

As the 16th smallest country in the world, relatively few people have heard of Andorra, let alone seen it with their own eyes. But allow me to let you in on a secret – part of Andorra‘s charm is that it’s still largely unknown. As a snowboarder who’s explored big ski areas like the Three Valleys in France […]

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Skiing In The Future – Why You Should Book For Winter 17/18

9 December 2016

With the launch of our Winter 2017/18 holiday portfolio, we’ve been thinking about skiing, the future, skiing in the future, and how exciting it’s probably going to be. Read on for our predictions about what skiing will probably look like in the near future. Probably. There will be hoverboards No snow? No problem. All snowboards […]

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A night out in Pas de la Casa, Andorra

28 February 2014

Our Après Ski guide to Pas de la Casa Andorra is unbelievable value for money. For those that believe that après is just as important as the skiing, you can’t really go wrong. Here is my guide to the best places to eat and drink in Pas and includes handy tricks to ensure that you […]

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A day in the life of Pas de la Casa, Andorra

28 February 2014

A few things that are important to know about Pas de la Casa – it isn’t classy, sophisticated or posh. If Courchevel 1650 is your idea of slumming it then maybe Pas is not the place for you. There are bars and clubs galore and dining options include Burger King, McDonalds and a kebab shop. […]

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