The nearest ski resort to the centre of the country, with convenient access for all the family, is set in a magical pine forest. The only ski resort in the Pyrenees that holds one world cup in the winter and another one in the summer. It offers a wide range of family, social, sporting and gastronomic activities in convenient infrastructures in an ideal setting which can be accessed at any time of year. It is characterised by its magical forests where, as well as downhill skiing, you can do alternative activities such as ski touring or excursions with snowshoes. In the sector, there are also a large number of activities organised for children and adults such as zip-lining and a rope park, among others.

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Arinsal offers excellent skiing and snowboarding for beginners, as well as a good range of runs for intermediates. The ski school here is widely recognised as being of an excellent standard and is one of the first European schools to be BASI approved. You can purchase a local area lift pass that covers both Arinsal and Pal, passes for the individual resorts can not be purchased. There are some great international restaurants and bars catering for every taste including a couple of Argentinian steak houses, a quirky Mexican restaurant, pizzerias and a tapas bar as well as the traditional British fayre and a lively Irish bar.

Bars and restaurants in and around the village are generally very family friendly, some offering live music and entertainment, plus the occasional magician and party nights. Our Arinsal ski hire services also allows you to rent your ski and snowboard essentials in one place.

You can even pick up your equipment the afternoon before your rental begins to save time on your first morning of skiing on the Arinsal ski resort. The neighbouring town of La Massana offers a more local feel as it is a busy town as well as a holiday resort. There is a large, modern gondola that departs from the town centre providing direct access to the Pal ski area, where you will find some beautiful tree lined runs and more intermediate level terrain than Arinsal, which is linked by cable car.

La Massana is a popular destination for Spanish holidaymakers, although you will find a handful of British and Irish here too.

For more detailed information on the Arinsal ski resort or our Arinsal ski hire, please click below to visit our Arinsal website.


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