What is a riding holiday?

It may seem obvious, but there are many different types of equestrian travel and it can be a bit of a minefield for people trying to decide which is the right trip for them! So here we tell you a little bit more about what to expect on a Riding Holiday…

The opportunities are almost endless when looking for a Riding Holiday. Whether you want a quick weekend break to Spain, Italy or France, or to travel further afield to South Africa, California or Mexico – a Riding Holiday guarantees you fun and leisurely riding for a variety of levels along with excellent hosting, good food and wine and a real break from reality.

There are many destinations that give you the chance to do more than just ride which also suits the non-horsey partner or other family member; see the local area on day trips, take a dip in the pool and combine your equine antics with relaxation and rejuvenation! You won’t require months of forward planning or specialist packing and you could easily book last minute depending on availability so if you are looking to wind down and chill out then a Riding Holiday is just what you need.

Book a riding holiday if…
You want a quick and easy break from the norm
You are a novice rider looking for your first equestrian holiday
You love horses and want to see a country from a different view point
You want to relax and unwind, with added extras such as a swimming pool
You like to stay somewhere luxurious, with all the mod-cons
You wish to meet and socialise with like-minded people
You want a leisurely holiday, rather than anything too challenging

Has this inspired you? Check out the riding holidays available at www.inthesaddle.com

Enjoy a break from the norm with a riding holiday

Enjoy a break from the norm with a riding holiday

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