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The main town of the parish of the same name, La Massana sits within a rugged mountain landscape, decorated with flowery pastures, lakes, rivers and forests. During the winter it serves as an easy access basecamp for nearby Vallnord ski resort, and in the summer a launch pad for a variety of mountain-based activities. Rich in historical sites and budget-friendly amenities, the town and its surrounding parish communities offer plenty to see and do when you’re not off adventuring.

Things to see

The parish area is home to Andorra’s highest mountain, Coma Pedrosa. Formed in a pyramid shape and towering at a heady height of 2,943 metres, its breath-taking terrain offers exciting opportunities for climbers and trekkers alike. Boasting nearly 100 kilometres of runs, Vallnord ski resort is the place to come in winter. Spread over 3 interlinked sectors known as Arinsal, Pal and Arcalis, it provides almost 70 slopes ranging from green to hair-raising black. The stone-built Casa Rull in nearby Sispony is certainly worth a snoop about if you’re interested in the parish’s local history. Originally constructed in the 17th century, the once wealthy household’s interior provides a trip back in time to 19th and early 20th century Andorra. Farga Rossell offers a glimpse into the region’s pre-industrial heritage. The site of an iron production forge dating back to 1842, the interpretation centre’s tour explains the process of turning ores into ingots, and displays original tools and machinery.

Hotels in La Massana

The hotels in La Massana come suited to all tastes and budgets, whether you want a family-friendly ski retreat or something a little more sleek and stylish. Most digs provide a wealth of amenities, with the likes of onsite restaurants, bar lounges and fitness facilities, along with saunas, spa tubs and swimming pools to enjoy après-ski. Rooms spare none of the creature comforts either, with high-speed internet access and satellite television both common features. If you’re looking for thriftier accommodation there’s a handful of budget hotels in La Massana to choose from, all offering a cheap and cheerful stay whilst sparing none of the necessities.

Where to stay

Whether you’re here for the winter skiing, the summer adventuring, or purely to explore the local landscape, a hotel in La Massana provides the perfect retreat. The centre of town is where you’ll find the cable car system, which whisks skiers up to the Pal and Arinsal ski area in a convenient 10 to 15 minutes. Après-ski or post-outdoors, La Messana’s main street is where you’ll find much of the commercial activity, with shops, bars and restaurants all providing a warm welcome. With its antiquated buildings, Romanesque churches and many museums dotted about, a regular bus service lets you explore the rest of the parish area with ease.

How to get to La Massana

There are long-distance bus services connecting Massana to Barcelona and Toulouse, which both serve as ideal gateways for international visitors. Barcelona’s Barcelona-El Prat Airport sits a 204 kilometre drive to the south of La Massana, and serves much of Europe as well as destinations in the United States, the Middle East, Asia and North Africa. France’s Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is a little closer at 195 kilometres away, and primarily provides connections to European destinations.