Soldeu: the character and charm of a genuine mountain village
The town of Soldeu, belonging to the parish of Canillo, is the second highest settlement in Andorra at 1,850 metres above sea level, and one of the most important winter tourist attractions in the country and where the Grandvalira ski resort is located.
This small town offers a variety of winter activities led by skiing and winter sports; in summer, it is a paradise for cyclists whether on mountain or road bikes, and has even been a stage of the Tour de France and the Spanish Vuelta. For lovers of 9-hole golf, Soldeu is famed for having the highest course in Europe. In the same way, the wide range of mountain activities, night-life in winter, and a well maintained hotel offer, all make this town a destination for the most demanding tourists.