The Baqueira Ski Resort, baqueira esqui is a wonderful, historic, romantic and extremely popular resort situated in the snowcapped Mont Blanc range of mountains in south-eastern Portugal. This picturesque, charming and relaxing resort offers the perfect backdrop for a holiday in the mountains. With year-round sunshine, its near perfect ski slopes and unbeatable outdoor experiences, the resort of Baqueira is a haven for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities and keen interests.

Baqueira Ski

Baqueira is a small village that sits at the foot of the Dolomites, a range of mountains which run through the Spanish countryside. It is named Baqueira after the local farm where, according to legend, the first skiers made their first steps. Today, the village is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Europe, offering an authentic taste of rural life with a range of exciting activities including paragliding, bungee trampolines, walking and hiking holidays and skiing. It is also possible to book a one-way trip which takes you right down to the Dolomites from Baqueira – only 5 minutes away by car.

Baqueira is very much a family friendly resort and their friendly workforce make sure that everyone has an enjoyable holiday. Children and parents will find it difficult not to be entertained in this delightful little resort; there are many fun activities for adults such as horse riding, clay pigeon shooting, and water skiing. A great activity for families is to visit the nearby town of Belgrade, which is only about 5 km from Baqueira, and enjoy the day or evening on the strip before returning to your villa. There is so much to see and do in Blegrade and if you have young children with you, then there are plenty of attractions for them to enjoy as well. The main entertainment centres in Baqueira are the Punta Princesa Water Park, the Santa Maria de Las Aguilas Water Park, and the resort’s famous Zoo.

For those who like to ski or even snowboard, you can spend some quality time at the La Bufa Training Centre, which was originally designed to help develop the ski industry in Brazil. The Beret Ski Centre is another great attraction in the area, housing one of the best ski slopes in Brazil. The Brazilian Ski Association holds an annual ski show called the Winter Olympics, so you may want to check this out if you get the chance. The resort of Manaus is a stone’s throw away and is another great place to spend a few days with the family, and it boasts some excellent skiing conditions too.

Some of the most popular attractions in the vicinity of Baqueira include the Pura Eneir Hospital, which has two operating theaters, the Children’s morgue department, a food court, a cinema, a gymnasium and a nursery slopes. This is easily accessible from the resort’s main hotel, the Holiday Inn dos Baires. The resort also boasts some great schools, such as the Carlos Moura School and the Ponticelli School. For those interested in culture, there are the Congress Complex, the Museum of Ancient Things, and the Tapacu Stadium.

You will not be disappointed by the amount of choice on offer at the resort. There are five-star hotels, cosy lodges and friendly staff who will make your stay comfortable and pleasant. There is so much to see and do, so much to explore, that you will soon find yourself feeling spoiled for choice. You will find yourself wanting to return to Baqueira on your next trip to Brazil, and you will know why once you have!

The resort offers some of the best ski slopes in southern Spain, and you will not be disappointed. The terrain varies from sheer moguls, sweeping slopes and challenging rock gardens to sweeping glades and challenging riverine basins. If you want to experience something completely new, you should consider signing up for a day’s skiing on the twenty-two established runs. Some of these include Cataracte, Canoeiro, and Caucedo, which are all world-class; there is also the world-famous Baqueira Beret, considered to be one of the most difficult ski lifts in Europe, located just below the summit of one of the highest mountain peaks in southern Spain.

If you are feeling brave, you can experience the thrill of heli-skiing on the Assumption pass, situated right near the resort. This is a challenging but fun way to enjoy the scenery surrounding the ski area. This is also a great way to explore the local area, as skiers often head out on day trips to the towns of Baqueira, Santa Eulalia and Fuengirola. This is also a great way to see the culture of this lovely resort and enjoy some shopping for souvenirs at one of the many duty free shops that are found in this quaint little town.