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  • View from La Tosa (2587 m)
    View from La Tosa (2587 m)
    by Veghel
  • View on La Molina - Masella from Puigcerda
    View on La Molina - Masella from...
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  • View north from La Molina
    View north from La Molina
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  • Guitart La Molina Resort & Spa

    Plaça Pista Llarga, Alp, 17537, es

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Jaume

    Calle C/ Central, 30, Alp, 17538, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Alp Hotel Masella

    Peu De Pistes S/n, ALP, 17538, ES

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Roca

    Travessia de la Font, 2, Alp, 17538, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • HG La Molina

    Pista Larga de La Molina, La Molina, Alp, 17537, Spain

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Fontanals Golf

    FONTANALS, 2, ALP, Spain, 17538, ES

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Alberg Abrigall Masella

    Carretera de Alp. Masella S/N, 17537, Alp, 17538, Spain

    Good for: Families

  • Apartamentos Solineu

    Migdia, 4, Alp, 17537, Spain

Alp Sports & Outdoors

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    by Veghel Updated Sep 24, 2005

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    The ski lifts in La Molina - Masella are a mixture of very old poma lifts, 30-year-old char lifts and very modern high-capacity chair lifts. In general, lifts are newer in Masella than in La Molina. In La Molina, I sometimes thought I was back in the Sixties (although I was not yet born by then). The main exception in La Molina (apart from some short chair lifts for beginners) is the gondola.

    Modern 4-deater chairlift to La Tosa (2,587 m) Again the old Poma lift at Pla d'Anyella Old Poma lift at Pla d'Anyella Old Poma lift to the top of La Tosa (2,587 m) Chairlift to Puigllancada (2,406 m)
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    by Veghel Written Sep 24, 2005

    Favorite thing: The village of La Molina is not anything like cosy resorts in the Swiss and Austrian Alps. Ugly and even more ugly hotels and apartment buildings are scattered along both sides of the road. There is not a real center. Masella is not a village; it consists of one hotel, a number of small apartment buildings and some chalets. Nevertheless, I would recommend to stay in Masella rather than La Molina. Apres-ski like the Austrians know it is virtually non-existing. Most guests prefer a relaxing drink in the hotel bar.
    I estimate that about 5 to 10% of the guests are English, 25% French and the remainder is Spanish. French is widely spoken, but English is difficult; although in "key" places, they do speak a little English.

    La Molina seen from above
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