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  • Hi John

    The bars and restaurants should be fine - they missed out on a month of trade this winter, but most don't open durign the summer months, so the restaurants and bars in Pas de la Casa should be ok again for next winter.

  • Nightlife & après in Pas de la Casa


    Hi guys,

    I am considering options for a ski trip next season for me and a grou of friends. We are intermediate level skiers (although some have a misguided impression of themselves as better), and generally would just like a good array of cruisey blues and reds and some great après ski.

    I wasn't really considering Andorra but I saw that it features in the top 10 resorts in Europe for apres in a blog post.

    My question is, how were the local bars and clubs affected by the shut down? Are they going to survive?