Those who take ski holidays to Soldeu find that Soldeu is a compact and reasonably attractive village in an open, sunny position on a terrace above a narrow gorge. Excellent conditions prevail during normal winter snowfall, the resorts altitude and predominantly north facing slopes ensure a long season and virtual snow certainty when other resorts may be suffering Soldeu has now been linked with Pas De La Casa and El Tarter to create the Grand Valira ski area which covers 193km of piste.
There are 3 or 4 good (but small) sports shops in Soldeu. If you are looking to take part in more serious shopping activity, you can take the half hour bus ride to Pas De La Casa and check out the Olympia sports department store, or alternatively head in the opposite direction to Andorras capital.
Ski holidays to Soldeu are one of the most popular Andorran destinations for British visitors, catering predominantly for the 20-30 age group. However, the recent addition of the 4 and 5 star Sport Hotels have taken the resort more upmarket and made it more appealing to skiers of all ages. Ski holidays to Soldeu offer something for the full range of skiing abilities.
Apres Ski in Soldeu is heavily British orientated with live music bars and discos. The main action centres around Avalanche, Aspen Bar, Fat Alberts and the Pussycat Bar. Those on ski holidays to Soldeu may find that there are limited day-time activities meaning that this resort may not be suitable for non-skiers. However, the 5 star Sport Hermitage hotels Spa is a relaxing treat in paradise surroundings.