Top 10 Things to do Good for Kids in La Massana Parish, La Massana Parish

August 31, 2021 Veronika Gaddis

Discover the best top things to do in La Massana Parish, Andorra including Coco Room Andorra Escape Room, Sant Climent de Pal, Sant Cristofol d'Anyos Church, Museu Casa Rull, Farga Rossell, Vallnord Pal-Arinsal, Tristaina Lake Trail, Centre D’interpretacio Andorra Romanica, Vallnord Bike Park La Massana, Vallnord Ski Area, sector Pal.
Restaurants in La Massana Parish

1. Coco Room Andorra Escape Room

48 Avinguda de Sant Antoni, La Massana AD400 Andorra +376 607 337 [email protected] http://cocoroom.es/Andorra
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5.0 based on 116 reviews

Coco Room Andorra Escape Room

Escape Room& Hall Escape El Enigma de Goya: De 2 a 5 jugadores. Expedición Zero: de 4 a 12 jugadores

2. Sant Climent de Pal

Carrer Sant Climent, Pal AD400 Andorra +376 736 900 http://www.lamassana.ad/turisme/ang/descobreix/esglesies.html
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4.5 based on 27 reviews

Sant Climent de Pal

Open from Mai to October. Pal is one of the best-preserved rural villages in Andorra and has beenpart of a special traditional architecture protection plan since 1997.The church, the site's most outstanding structure, dates from the late11th to early 12th centuries, with modern additions. The nave is rectangular and conserves a large part of the Romanesque walls. Thepresent apse is square (17th-18th centuries) and replaces an originalRomanesque structure.The Lombard-style belfry has three double-windowed floors, the topone featuring twin double windows, unique in Andorra. Inside thereis a granite font, a Romanesque statue of Our Lady of the Remedies(13th century), two processional polychrome wood crosses and analtarpiece dedicated to Pope Saint Clement, the church's patron saint (1709).Visitors can also go to the Andorra Romanesque Interpretation Centreto see how the Romanesque evolved in the Andorran valleys.

3. Sant Cristofol d'Anyos Church

Anyos, La Massana AD400 Andorra +376 835 693 http://www.andorra.ad/en-US/Resources/Pages/Esglesia_Sant_Cristofol_AnyoS.aspx
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4.5 based on 61 reviews

Sant Cristofol d'Anyos Church

Reviewed By FoxDylan - Adelaide, Australia

This little church is incredibly beautiful, it is small & you cannot enter, however it is definitely worth visiting, I love driving up the curvy road to sit on either the slate stairs or the little bench in the front & admire the beautiful view. You can see the mountains & the town of La Massana & it’s great for photos. The only downside to this gorgeous place is that some dog owners cannot comprehend why they should pick up their dogs poop & as it is a popular place to walk your dog (I take my 2 up there). It’s so disappointing because their is even free dog poop bags provided. However, don’t be too discouraged, just watch where you step. I once was lucky enough to meet a gentleman up there who was exercising his pet eagle, it was seriously cool to watch a 3yr old eagle flying free & then happily returning to her human, sadly she was injured when she was young & was unable to return to the wild. If you love old architecture, you should visit, it can be a lovely spot to relax as well or have a picnic.

4. Museu Casa Rull

Carrer Major, Sispony AD400 Andorra +376 836 919 [email protected] http://www.museus.ad
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4.5 based on 48 reviews

Museu Casa Rull

Casa Rull was one of the most important houses in La Massana. Themale and female heirs to property and to wealth, labourers and maids,all lived under its roof.The main body of the building is from the 17th century, with later alterations to meet the changing needs of the family. In the 19th century,a fire damaged the attic. At present, it has a ground floor, two upper floors and an attic.The tour shows visitors the Andorra of the 19th and early 20th centuries, showing the Perich family's way of life, when harvesting theland and raising cattle comprised the economic basis of rural life inAndorra.

5. Farga Rossell

Av. Del Lloser, La Massana AD400 Andorra +376 835 852 [email protected] http://www.cultura.ad/museus-i-monuments/museus/farga-rossell-centre-d-interpretacio-del-ferro
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4.5 based on 51 reviews

Farga Rossell

The Rossell Forge was built between 1842 and 1846 and, except fora short period of inactivity, remained open until 1876. This makes it one of the last active forges in Andorra and a living example of the country's pre-industrial heritage.The Rossell Forge has now become an Interpretation Centre aboutiron. Using audiovisuals and a drop hammer demonstration, it explains the process of transforming iron ore into ingots and their subsequent sale to Catalan markets. The tools used to work with this material arealso on show: bellows, furnace, etc.

6. Vallnord Pal-Arinsal

2 - Edf Casa Casa Ferre Avinguda El Traves, 10, Arinsal AD400 Andorra [email protected] http://vallnordpalarinsal.com
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4.5 based on 863 reviews

Vallnord Pal-Arinsal

Reviewed By welshbl0ke - Buckley, United Kingdom

First time in Arinsal and highly recommended. Slopes were well maintained, lift passes very reasonably priced, queue times next to nothing, prices for lunch reasonable. I can't fault the pistes and lifts. My only gripe was how slow the hire shop was but that's a different story. Temperatures when we were there meant the snow was spring like. I hadn't expected to see 16 degrees C at the end of December. But the whole resort was open and we had a great time. I can't comment on the ski/snowboard schools, suffice to say the instructors appeared very good from what I could see. Would I return? Yes.

7. Tristaina Lake Trail

La Coma Nr. Vallnort Ski Resort, Arcalis, Arinsal AD400 Andorra http://www.andorra.ad/en-US/Events/Documents/route%2026.pdf
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4.5 based on 185 reviews

Tristaina Lake Trail

Reviewed By T-SGlobetrotters - Preston, United Kingdom

We had hoped to drive directly to the car park closest to the southern most Tristaina lake, Estany Primer to complete a walk around all three lakes only to find a barrier shutting off the road immediately after the Ordino-Arcalis ski station and before the multi hairpin bends. There was someone on duty here allowing some vehicles through presumably those with accomodation further up the road but no one else was allowed to pass. We were merely advised the road was ‘closed’ but we strongly suspect this was no more than a ploy to force anyone wanting to visit the lakes for the day to pay €13 to take the cable car from the ski station to a base station 30 minutes walk from Estany Primer. Certainly our views of the road from the cable car did not indicate any problems and there were vehicles parked at the ski lift base station. The €13 price is for the return trip and also includes a second return chair lift ride up to a higher seperate point with magnificent views of the valley on the other side of the headland from the lakes. This is virtually on the France-Andorra border. The price is inclusive, you can't just buy the cable car ride for the lakes walk. On balance we were grateful the managers of the park made this decision because it enhanced our enjoyment of the day and is something we would not ordinarily have done. The combined cable car and chair lift journey takes around 30 minutes and it actually good value for the length of journey. Views are spectacular. In terms of the walk itself, the path to the first lake on leaving the cable car is on a well marked path. It is a steady climb on a fairly uneven gravel path with a little scrambling over rocks towards the end of the first part of the walk, so we would recommend walking shoes with some toe protection. Also because the walking is at altitude the route is a little tiring and frequent stops are needed. Beyond this we made our way to the second lake Estany del Min before going on to the third lake Estany del MesAmunt. We just walked along the valley floor although there is an optional higher route giving panoramic views of the lakes. We were quite happy with our walk, there are lovely views across all three lakes, plenty of wild flowers, babbling steams linking the lakes and even in the height of summer a bright white ice block maybe 100m across which you can walk on if you scramble over some rocks. The walk from the first to third lake and back takes around 2 hours. After getting back to the first lake you merely retrace your steps down to the base station for the cable car journey back. It is a much easier walk going down. Last cable car back to the ski station is 5.30pm. Overall this was a most enjoyable day. Despite being the height of summer, numbers of people walking were small and often it felt like we had the entire area to ourselves.

8. Centre D’interpretacio Andorra Romanica

Era i Ereta Torres Carrer Sant Climent, Pal AD400 Andorra +376 839 760 [email protected] http://www.cultura.ad/museus-i-monuments/museus/centre-d-interpretacio-andorra-romanica
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4.5 based on 26 reviews

Centre D’interpretacio Andorra Romanica

Open from Mai to October. The Romanesque Andorra Interpretation Centre uses audiovisualsand an exhibition to show the main features of this artistic style andits evolution in the valleys, as well as all of its artistic expressions: from the elements of a church to paintings and the processes involved, not forgetting other art forms.Pieces on display include the keystone to an arch decorated with mural paintings from Sant Esteve d'Andorra la Vella Church (12th century), a wooden palette from Santa Coloma, the polychrome wood side supports for the altar from Sant Romà de Vila (13th century), a polychrome wood crown of thorns from Sant Cerni de Nagol (13thcentury), etc.[ESP]

9. Vallnord Bike Park La Massana

2 - Edf Casa Casa Ferre Avinguda El Traves, 10, Arinsal AD400 Andorra +376 878 078 [email protected] http://www.vallnord.com/pal-arinsal/bike-park.html
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4.5 based on 70 reviews

Vallnord Bike Park La Massana

Vallnord Bike Park La Massana, , one of the main attractions of the “Valls del Nord” of the north, offers 29 circuits at different levels (21 downhill, 2 enduro, 4 cross-country, 1 four-cross, 1 electric bike, 1 pratice area, 1 kids Bike Park et 1 pump track). Three mechanical lifts operate in summer to give users access to the Bike Park: La Massana gondola lift (departing from the centre of the village, at 1,300 m, and arriving at La Caubella, at 1,950 m) and 2 detachable chairlifts (La Serra II and El Cubil). This last lift reaches the highest point in the Bike Park, at 2,350 m. Additional services have been established at Vallnord Bike Park to give added value to the facilities here: bike hire and maintenance service shops, downhill school, hotels and apartments adapted to the needs of users, and bike.

Reviewed By jorF6786SW

Our 12 year old had the best 3 days downhill mountain biking and learnt many new skills at bike school. The instructor, Mark, was excellent: friendly, sensible, multilingual and a great teacher- knew how to choose jumps and features according to student's ability. The other kids on the course had similar skill level. All got along well and had a lot of fun. The bike park has high quality runs. Excellent value for money at 35 euro for 3 hours if you book 3 days. Go during the week because courses don't run over the weekend. Commensal Pal and Spot had very good quality hire bikes for a small rider and even swapped the brakes around for our son. Impressively helpful!Staff at the info centre were knowledgeable and multilingual and recommended good walks for the rest of the family. Our 14 year old loved the karting.

10. Vallnord Ski Area, sector Pal

Pal AD400 Andorra +376 878 000 [email protected] http://www.vallnord.com
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4.5 based on 132 reviews

Vallnord Ski Area, sector Pal

Reviewed By meyravg - Madrid, Spain

We are just beginners but we got a good variety here. Even though we got there at the end of March, we had great snow. We loved the green slopes. Some of us also enjoyed the blue one. There was a bit of ice in the green one, probably due to the weather warming up. We loved the magic carpet until we get used to the lift. We loved the small beginner slopes. We got there after 2 days in Arinsal, we found it to be as much friendly and cozy. We also took the gondola from Pal to Arinsal and back, it’s very fun to cover these heights and grounds, to enjoy the view for us who are only beginning skiers. Great experience!

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