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Soldeu is a small but popular village in Andorra, perfectly located at the foot of the slopes of the Grandvalira ski domain, the largest in the Pyrenees with 205 km of skiable runs. It has a vast appeal to skiers, snowboarders and winter sports enthusiasts who are attracted by the superb mountain offering. The village sits at an altitude of 1,800 metres, from here you can hop on the eight seater gondola lift which will take you directly to the main slopes in a matter of minutes.

The ski area links to Encamp, Canillo, El Tarter, Grau Roig and Pas de la Casa. The Soldeu Ski School has a large number of native English speaking instructors and has won awards for the quality of its tuition.It is also the location of the legendary Avet slope, setting for one of the trials in the 2012 Women’s Skiing World Cup and the World Cup Finals 2019.

A vast amount of money has been spent on the infrastructure within Soldeu recently, both on and off the slopes and yet Soldeu remains a wonderfully down to earth and welcoming village, appealing to a wide range of international visitors. As well as the excellent skiing and snowboarding on offer in Grandvalira, another big attraction for visitors is the fun and welcoming après ski scene.  Soldeu has some excellent and well known bars and restaurants, including traditional cosy mountain bordas, bustling bars with live music and even a restaurant with a Michelin star chef. You will find all the basic amenities you would expect from a ski village, including a handful of small supermarkets, pharmacy, shops selling quality ski and snowboard gear (not forgetting Andorra’s duty free status) and good bus links to the capital Andorra la Vella, as well as the nearby resorts of El Tarter and Pas de la Casa.