Your guide to what's happening in Arinsal - there's lots to do independently, and tour operators organise plenty of activities too . . .
Some tour operators offer a guided tour of their favourite bars in resort on Monday nights with shots and games along the way. There are also some planned party nights that take place in certain bars usually on a Friday night.
Downstairs in the Princesa Parc hotel is a 10-pin bowling alley, along with a bar and games room, good fun for all the family.
Europe's largest thermal spa is located in the capital, Andorra La Vella. It offers a great range of relaxing facilies including indoor & outdoor lagoons, jacuzzis, steam room, saunas, an Icelandic bath, and much more. Making a reservation is recommended, and your holiday rep or hotel reception should be able to help with this.
If you don't want to leave Arinsal, but still want to relax, the Princesa Parc Wellness Centre has relaxing pools, saunas, steam room, and a jacuzzi. An excellent way to relax, but not on the same scale as Caldea.
Reps from certain companies often host a weekly quiz night to test your knowledge and win prizes.
There are a few shops in Arinsal, although they mostly sell ski and snowboard clothing and equipment as well as a few souvenirs at the supermarket. If you're wanting to do more serious shopping then the capital city, Andorra La Vella, has a great range of shops selling everything you'd find at home plus a whole lot more! You'll find out a lot more about how to get there on our shopping page.