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Arinsal is a charming village, part of the Vallnord skiing area, which is situated in the Pyrenees in northern Andorra. It nestles among wooded slopes at an altitude of seventeen hundred and fifty metres. Arinsal is an attractive resort where the buildings reflect traditional styles, unlike many of Andorra's ski centres with their concrete accommodation blocks. Arinsal is a family friendly resort with slopes ideal for novices and children. There are many good runs for intermediate skiers as well as a smaller number for advanced skiers. There are lessons for all levels of ability including children from six years. The school also provides advanced slalom racing. There are crèche facilities for babies from twelve months. A wide range of hotels and apartments accommodate most budgets; the restaurants serve a variety of international cuisine and the bars provide a lively nightlife. An Arinsal ski holiday has something for everyone.
Arinsal offers a wealth of skiing and snow boarding experiences to suit all levels of ability. With its assortment of accommodation, its selection of restaurants and shops, its vibrant nightlife and it range of recreational activities Arinsal enjoys universal popularity.
Arinsal's wide slopes and its friendly atmosphere attract a wide variety of holidaymakers. It is popular with families as well as couples of all ages and groups of young adults. Arinsal has plenty to entertain visitors when the skiing day is over.
Arinsal ski season lasts from mid December until mid April and usually has good snow cover. It is also popular in the summer with hill walkers, mountain climbers and mountain bikers.
Arinsal is an attractive ski resort in northern Andorra lying at an altitude seventeen hundred and eighty metres with its highest slopes at two and a half thousand metres. Over forty lifts give easy access to the slopes. Arinsal has sixty eight kilometres of pistes of which a quarter are designated for beginners and a fifth for advanced skiers. This leaves over half of the pistes for intermediate skiers. Advanced skiers need not be perturbed as the gondola from the village centre links the slopes to Pal where there is a wide choice of terrain. Arinsal is also a good centre for snowboarders. Ski schools provide lessons for novices and intermediate skiers and also for children from the age of six. There is also a crèche for children from twelve months to five years. Current vaccination certificates are required.
Arinsal hotels and apartments range from four star luxury to cheap and cheerful where the tariff will not overstretch the budget. Its restaurants serve a wide choice of cuisine and cater for most tastes. Arinsal bars and discos offer lively evening entertainment, again at reasonable prices.
Arinsal offers a variety of recreational activities including exciting ski bikes and helicopter flights to see the stunning mountain scenery from a different perspective. There is also sledging, snow mobiling with small ones for children.
Arinsal ski holidays offer excellent value for money, great skiing and boarding facilities followed by lively evening entertainment.
Arinsal nightlife is fairly lively with restaurants, bars and discos providing the evening entertainment. Many of the bars serve food, ideal for those who like to eat in a more animated atmosphere. There are bars showing live sports events and some bars double as discos. There is also a cocktail bar. One of the good things about Arinsal is that evenings out don’t break the bank.
Arinsal has supermarkets supplying essential provisions and sports shops for clothing and equipment as well as one or two gift shops. If people wish to take advantage of Andorra's duty-free status they can organise a trip to the capital Andorra La Vella where they will find a great variety of goods. Popular purchases include perfume and makeup, alcohol and tobacco, designer and electronic goods.
Arinsal serves a wide range of menu in its restaurants and must surely cater for even the most pernickety of palates. Local dishes compete with a variety of international cuisine including Chinese, Italian, British and Mexican.