At only 181 square miles, Andorra is one of the smallest nations in Europe so it’s not hard to get around and explore here. The nation’s capital, Andorra la Vella, is roughly a 10-minute bus ride away from Arinsal and boasts the best shopping in the Pyrénées. Meritxell Avenue lies at the heart of the city and it’s here where you’ll uncover all that Andorra has to offer by way of fashion, beauty and designer goods.
After lugging all those shopping bags around you’ll want to relax and unwind, so head to Caldea, Europe’s largest thermal spa. Make like the end-of-season snow and melt into a blissful state with one of the indulgent treatments on offer or simply enjoy the thermal spring waters; just what you need to revive your achy muscles.
Closer to home, Pal is a hub of extra-curricular activity when you want to set your skis or board aside. At El Planell you’ll find everything from sledging to ski bikes, but it’s when the sun sets that the most fun is had. Head out on a night-time snowmobile or dog-sledding excursion from Pal-Arinsal for a true alpine experience before ending the evening with an authentically Andorran meal at one of the resort’s exceptional restaurants.