Pas de La Casa in eastern Andorra is sometimes called the Ibiza of the Pyrenees. Well, it's not at all true. However, in the evenings my friends spendng winter vacation in Pas de la Casa in 2006 went to restaurants and bars (especially to the large Milwaukee bar) located just a short stroll away from their Hotel Parma. Duty free prices meant that local spirits were cheaper than in both France and Spain and happy hours lasted usually two hours (4-6 or 5-7 pm). The bars were full of folks of various age (not only at 20s) in the evenings. Skiing and just nightlife, not the look itself (most hotels are ugly, rectangular large edificies) make Pas de la Casa outstanding place.
My friends liked most Italian restaurant called La Copa which served fantastic steaks (not at all Italian food, right?) by lovely wood fire.
Dress Code: No dress code for visitors and skiing fans.
had two great nights in this place, we were going in to the Irish bar beside it (forget what its called) and we spotted this place..decided ta pop in and have a drink and had the best nights of the holiday
Dress Code: YOU CAN WARE WHAT EVER YOU LIKE
was in andorra twice last year for new years eve 1 time and i couldnt believe what i saw at midnight there was 50 jagermeisters lined on the bar on top of 50 red bulls in glasses at 12 on new year they bar staff there set off the jagerbombs like a domino effect and then gave them all away for free !!!!!! since that night we were there every night the stafff were cool and looked after us all week , the snow was really good all week with lot of off piste , definately the best skiing holiday i have ever had with the best skiing and nightlife joined in . any one going to andorra i advice u to go to the underground bar as it made my holiday as you can see by my photos lee sharpe was there in the bar at the same time !!!!!
Dress Code: no dress code required