Andorra nestles on the border between France and Spain and is a land of narrow valleys and mountainous landscapes. An estimated 10 million people visit Andorra each year, many drawn by the winter sports on offer, plus the small country's tax-haven status, which allows them to return home loaded with duty-free goods.
Although Andorra's ski resorts do not offer the same level of sophistication as others in France, Switzerland or Austria, in recent years there has been substantial investment in efficient, modern lifts, as well as piste maintenance and grooming.
Many of the young crowd drawn to Andorra enjoy snowboarding and resorts now boast fun-parks and half-pipes amongst their facilities, and many areas are installing more chairs and gondolas. There is a lively après-board scene, with good cheap bars and night clubs.
The most popular ski and snowboarding resorts in Andorra are...
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