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Lying between France and Spain, Andorra is a small principality with a population of only 77,000 residents. Andorra is a great place for both beginners to learn, and for those looking to improve their skiing or snowboarding in the two ski areas – Grandvalira and Vallnord. There is a great variety of terrain, from vast open pistes which are high above the treeline to scenic tree-lined slopes usually heading right down to your accommodation which is often ski in ski out. Everyone can enjoy the range of slopes with blue beginner slopes starting high in the mountain. A main benefit Andorra enjoys is a lot of sunshine, especially during springtime which added with great snow reliability, creates the perfect environment for any adventurer.  The accommodation in Andorra is suitable for every budget, with an improving standard throughout the resorts. There has been an increase in investment into resort infrastructure so expect better lifts, which will continue to be improved over the coming years. Groups are often drawn to undertake their winter holiday in Andorra as it is great value for accommodation and hospitality along with lively nightlife in towns such as Pas de la Casa.