Naturland Adventure Park

Naturland Adventure Park

Picture an adventure park that makes the most of Andorra’s topography, nature, and wildlife. One that boasts a dizzying amount of wintry activities — with well-mapped forest routes, equipment rentals, a full-fledged ski school, and mouthwatering mountain cuisine.

You can have all of that and then some at Naturland Adventure Park. The outdoor activity centres are located in the Rabassa forest, featuring two levels: one at an altitude of 1,600 meters and the other at 2,000 meters.


This is where Naturlandia knocks it out of the park and presents to you Andorran hospitality at its finest. With a massive catalogue of activities on offer, you’ll feel spoilt for choice in the best way possible.


Tobotronc in winter

Moonbikes: Think snowmobiles but lighter, faster, and more manageable — moonbikes are battery-powered snow bikes that don’t pollute, are easy to ride, and are by far the most efficient way to explore a powdery landscape.

Snowshoeing: Sometimes simple is best. Snowshoeing has a virtually non-existent learning curve and makes for a great bonding activity for families and large groups.

Snow Scooter: Similar to moonbikes, snow scooters are battery-operated snow sledges that are slower but safer, make no noise at all, and can seat more than 1 person at a time.

Trineo Tour Aventura: Experience Nordic snow commuting in Andorra, with the Trineo Aventura sleigh. Explore scenic terrain with your family without having to worry about operating the snowmobile and sit back as a specialised guide takes over.

Nordic Sledges: You could have all the fancy snow equipment in the world, but sometimes, nothing beats the simple pleasure of hopping onto a wooden sledge, nose down, and letting the descent begin — 80 meters of good old-fashioned fun!


N'boscat at Naturland adventure park, Andorra

Airtrekk + Zipline: As the name suggests, this imaginative experience combines a massive structure with 54 different walkways and platforms that go up to 13.5 meters high. The tour ends with a zip line that spans over the Naturland so you can end your mission like an international spy.

Squirrel Circuit: If you wish to be reborn as a squirrel at some point, this is your chance at a real toe-dipper. You can run and jump between trees up above, on a network of elastic mesh and nets placed in the middle of the forest with Naturland’s Squirrel Circuit — an activity included in the Adventure Ticket, Nature Ticket and Naturkids+ ticket.

Tobotronc: If you’ve never been on an alpine slide before, this is as good as it gets. At 5.3 km long, the Tobotronc at Naturlandia is the longest one in the world. It runs through the majestic Andorran forest of Sant Julià de Lòria and is easily the most fun you’ll have at this resort.

Forest Line: Located at an altitude of 1600 meters, Forest Line is an innovative spin on the traditional zipline. It’s the only zipline in Andorra with twists and zig-zags that’ll have you grinning from ear to ear. The pendulous descent lasts for over 2 minutes and takes off from 7 meters high!

Sharp turn at the forest line in Naturland

N’boscat: This is an acrobatic rope circuit in Prat de Conangle at an altitude of 2000 meters. Over 500 meters long, it’s brimming with platforms and obstacles — nets, swings, zip lines, Tibetian bridges, and suspended bridges will make you feel like you’re in a makeshift action-adventure video game.

Labyrinth Maze: It’s no Triwizard Maze with a Goblet of Fire at the end, but it’s sure to keep your snow babies entertained and stimulated on the problem-solving side of things. Challenges can be fun!

Pony Ride: This is a fantastic way of introducing your children to equestrian activities. It’s a 10-minute pony ride that takes place at Prat de Conangle. The little jockeys will be accompanied by their parents, guardians, or a responsible adult who will be in charge of leading the pony.

Naturlandia Hotels

If you want to be in the heart of Naturland, as close to the resort as possible, then your best options are Hostel 1600 and a mountain lodge called La Borda de Conangle.

Hostel 1600

Whether you’re on a budget, love socialising, or if you intend to spend most of your time having fun outdoors, then Hostel accommodation is worth considering.

Hostel 1600 has multiple bunk-bed equipped rooms that can accommodate 8 to 14 people, a large social space to hang out at, table football, a ping-pong table, and a reading area for those who live the life of the mind.

La Borda de Conangle

La Borda de Conangle in Naturland, La Rabassa

If hostels aren’t your thing and you want something more upscale yet cosy, La Borda de Conangle will be right up your alley. The place lets you lodge in harmony with nature, 2000 meters above sea level.

There are a total of 8 rooms, all with a stunning mountain view. They feature Japandi-inspired organic modern interiors that blend seamlessly with the hotel’s rustic stone-clad walls and beautiful hardwood floors.

Despite being equipped with excellent WiFi connectivity and all the creature comforts you could desire, the place allows you to truly disconnect.

On the first floor, there’s a cosy living room where you can wind down with an apéritif, followed by seasonal cuisine at the restaurant downstairs. All dishes are prepared using fresh local produce by skilled culinary experts.

Naturlandia Opening Hours

Though the opening hours are subject to snow conditions and seasons in general, they typically hover between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm.

Winter: Cota 2000 is open every day from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and Cota 1600 is open on weekends and holidays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Spring: Open for most of May on weekends, between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm.

Summer: Open on weekends in June and every day in July between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm.

Autumn: Weekends and holidays from September to November between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm.