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Spain ski resorts:

Alp 2500 in Baixa Cerdanya
Alto Campoo
Astun
Baqueira-Beret near Vielha
Boi Taull Resort
Candanchu
Cerler
Formigal
Fuentes de Invierno
Javalambre
La Covatilla
La Pinilla
Leitariegos
Manzaneda
Navafria ski resort
Panticosa-Los Lagos
Port del Comte
Puerto de Navacerrada
Rasos de Peguera
San Isidro
Sierra Nevada in Granada
Sistema Central
Valdelinares
Valdesqui
Valdezcaray
Valgrande-Pajares
Vall de Nuria
Vallter 2000
     



Spectacular views over mountain lakes, valleys, forest-clad hills, and even the Mediterranean Sea are among the many things Spain offers its skiing visitors. The Kingdom of Spain is located in the Southwest of Europe and the second most mountainous country in Europe (after Switzerland).

When thinking about Spain, most people probably think about sun, not snow, but Spain has been a skiing nation for a long time. Spain offers skiing in 35 different ski resorts in the following regions: The Pyrenees (all along the border with France), near Madrid, near Granada, near Valencia, and in the north-east and north-west of Spain. Spain has over 900 km of slopes with plenty of opportunities for beginners and families.  

Skiing in the Sierra Nevada near Granada offers the added benefit of being able to ski in the morning and relax on the beach in the afternoon. Many of Spain’s ski resorts have won quality awards for the level of service provided, and the skiing lessons, snow making equipment, groomed slopes, and nightlife of Spain can measure up to its European rivals. Spain is a great value skiing destination.

 
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