Sölden, Austria

One of the busiest and exciting resorts located in Austria - sölden. Here there is no question where to go in the evening or at night; bars, restaurants, night clubs are always open for tourists. Year-round skiing is easy. The tracks are set up on a moderately medium skiers, although it is equipped with modern equipment. Sölden has not lost its beauty due to overcrowding of tourists, remains open and traditional.

El Tarter, Andorra

Close to the popular Soldeu located a little-known village of El Tarter. Despite his quiet life, it provides many facilities for entertainment; bars, restaurants, skating and dog sledding, as well as the proximity of Soldeu, where the ever-bubbling night life. The resort attracts and its Park for snowboarders. There is a variety of challenging tracks and slopes and schools for beginners.

Sierra Nevada, Spain

Southwest Spain is one of the most famous resorts of the Sierra Nevada, the slopes of which go directly to the Mediterranean coast with palm trees. Despite this, the stable mountains are covered with snow for 5 months of the season and are leisure trails for slalom, snowboard freestyle and night skiing. The resort is known for its well-planned routes with a total length of 62 km and the different height of the mountains give the opportunity to ride for both beginners and professionals, and even children. State of the art facilities provided in the infrastructure; the bowling alley, Jacuzzi, pool, Turkish bath, massage, tennis courts.