Best horse-riding holidays in France
If you’re looking for an original holiday with the entire family, you should look no further than horse riding holidays in France. There are plenty of options to choose from, regardless of your level of proficiency. The wide range of equestrian holidays available in many regions of France include trail riding from castle to castle, cross-country jumping and fast riding trails through the picturesque countryside.
Chateau de Laumiere – Horse riding in the Lot Region
One of the most beautiful regions of France, the Lot region offers various opportunities for horse riding through the French countryside. By choosing to spend several days at Chateau de Laumiere (chateau-de-laumiere.com), you will enjoy a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, with traditional home cooked meals and delicious wines. You can try various horse trails, in groups of up to six people. The riding takes place on the Chemin Rurale, so you will not encounter any cars. This is a location where you will be able to discover the best features of French wildlife.
La Ferme de Grand Jean - Gite and Horse Riding
La Ferme de Grand Jean (lafermedegrandjean.moonfruit.com) is a good choice for those who are looking for a horse-riding holiday in France in the region of Dordogne. The farm offers self-catering accommodation in converted gits and it features an outdoor pool. The farm is surrounded by chestnut woods and rolling fields that lead to the charming Caudeau River. Riding lessons are available for beginners and you can choose to bring your own horse. La Ferme de Grand Jean is located just 7 km away from the Bergerac Airport and very close to several fine restaurants and tourist attractions.
Cap Rando - Horse Riding Holidays in France
Established in 1987, Cap Rando (caprando.com) offers a large array of horse riding holidays in several regions of France, including Dordogne, Loire, the French Riviera, Bordeaux and Alpilles. Besides discovering the beautiful French landscapes, you will get the chance to taste the regional cuisines and wines and visit several medieval castles.