The Sierra Nevada ski resort is one of the most popular ones on the Iberian Peninsula. It has a capacity of 14,000 visitors per day and it’s a cut above the rest in several aspects, such as its prime location. It is found right in the heart of the Sierra Nevada National Park in Southern Spain. This makes it the ski resort with the most hours of daylight in Europe.
At the same time, its top elevation is at 3,300 metres, which also makes it the highest ski resort in Spain. To top it off, it has more than 50 years of history and experience.
Sierra Nevada specialises in downhill skiing. To this end, it has a total of 106.8 skiable kilometres and 124 pistes for all levels. Furthermore, it has 2 gondola lifts, 14 chairlifts, 1 T-bar lift, and 4 magic carpet lifts.
But its facilities have even more to offer! There’s a park for freestyle skiing and snowboarding, a ski cross trail, a children’s play area and family-themed area (Pista del Mar and Pista del Bosque), a recreation area (Fuente del Mirlo Blanco), and a children’s snow park (Dream Land).
For this reason, at this ski resort, it is possible to carry out activities as fun as tubing (sliding downhill on tubes) or snowshoeing.
Sierra Nevada’s services are rounded off with ski schools, day care, parking areas, ski storage, and dining facilities, among many others.
In addition, Sierra Nevada has the best ski pass deals for the winter season, ensuring an outstanding experience for snow lovers everywhere.
The ski resort offers ski passes for consecutive days in Sierra Nevada, with the possibility to choose from 2 to 7 consecutive days of skiing at a better price. It is also possible to choose other options, such as individual days (non-consecutive), from 2 to 25 days; one single day of skiing or even a half-day of skiing (from 1:00 p.m. onwards).
Naturally, the prices vary depending on the number of days selected, but also on the age of the skiers. The ski resort distinguishes among four groups: junior, from 6 to 12 years old; youth, from 13 to 16 years old; adult, from 17 to 59 years old; and senior, from 60 to 69 years old. It is worth mentioning that for children under 6 years old, juniors with disabilities, and seniors over 70 years old get a 100% discount on the price of the ski pass; they only have to pay 5 euros per day as Compulsory Travel Insurance.
For those who don't ski often or for those who can’t travel with their own equipment, without a shadow of a doubt, the best option is to round off the ski pass with ski equipment hire.
Don’t think twice! Choose the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort for your short ski break. Book your apartment at Sierra Nevada and choose the ski pass that best suits your needs. After that, you're all set to enjoy the snow, the mountains, and the fresh air with your family, your partner, or your friends.