Wonderful Horse Riding Holiday in Lanjaron, Spain

5 Days, Multiple Departures

Wonderful Horse Riding Holiday in Lanjaron, Spain
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Hop on the adventure train with our fantastic horse riding holiday in the heart of Andalusia, Spain! Get ready to soak up the breathtaking scenery of the Alpujarra hills and Sierra Nevada mountains as you gallop through stunning trails. With some of the best horse riding experiences in Spain waiting for you, why wait? Book your spot now and saddle up for an unforgettable journey through the Spanish countryside!

Key Information

Rider Weight Limit: 90 kilograms / 198 pounds

Horse Height Range: 14 to 17 hands

Tack Type: English tack, Western tack available on request

Horse Breed: Andalusian horses, Andalusian-Arabian cross horses, and Cob horses


3 full days of horse riding

Approximate daily riding time: 4 to 8 hours

Inspiring and peaceful natural surroundings

Assistance of at least one horse riding instructor

Use of all the horse riding equipment

Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners

4 nights' accommodation

Skill level





Trail riding

Point to Point Trails

What you will learn

You will spend your three days of trekking through the hills and mountains and your instructor will guide you in the basics of riding if you are a beginner to help you develop your balance and control over the horse to help to create a harmony between yourself and the horse. As for intermediate to advanced riders, you will have the chance to develop your existing skills with plenty of opportunities to canter and gallop. Due to the stunning countryside and mountain trails, trekking is a big focus here and you can ride to your heart’s content. Sarah and her team of friendly volunteers will help with the day-to-day care of the horses on trek. Please note that groups with more beginners will have a higher ratio of instructors to riders (usually one to eight).

About The Host
Sarah Vesey

Sarah Vesey

In 1993, Sarah set up a riding center in the beautiful Andalucía region of Spain and has never looked back. She was born in the New Forest, England, and has ridden all her life. Sarah owns and runs the trekking center and is a qualified horse riding guide and instructor and she lives at the ranch with her family.


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