Fun for all the family
The resurgence in the family ski trip is as sure a sign as any that Ireland has turned a corner on the recession
With duty-free prices, dreamy blue runs and much-improved services on the mountain, Vallnord in the tiny principality of Andorra has a lot to offer Irish families.
We choose to stay in La Massana, a quiet town that’s enlivened by the many Catalan and Spanish families and groups going there to ski.
The main gondola is in the centre of town – just 50 metres from our accommodation, the four-star Magic Ski Hotel –...
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