Horse Riding in Menorca
The terrain in Menorca is ideal for horse riding, whether you’re after leisurely treks where you can enjoy the picturesque countryside of Menorca or looking to develop your skills as a rider, there are numerous riding centres in Menorca.
With footpaths, tracks and bridleways in all parts of the island, you can take in a variety of landscapes, such as limestone gorges, pine forests, lush pastures and country tracks or discover the stunning coastline and its most attractive beaches along the ancient bridle path Cami de Cavalls or Path of Horses. You’ll love the peace and tranquility you’ll get from horse riding in Menorca and your experience a stunning perspective of the island from the saddle.
Horse riding can be enjoyed by almost all ages and there are three main stables throughout the island providing lessons and a variety of horse riding routes that will explore undiscovered parts of the island. Some stables have ponies suitable for children from as young as 3 years old where they can enjoy short pony rides or take a short lesson.
Cavalls Son Angel
The Son Angel horse riding stables offer horse riding trails in Menorca for both beginners and experienced riders. Cavalls Son Angel specialise in tours of the Cami de Cavalls lasting between one to three hours and up to 5 days tours for those more experienced riders. Situated in the West of the island routes are available for both children and adults.
Menorca a Cavall
Menorca a cavall offers horse riding excursions for both beginners and experienced riders. The riding centre is located in the heart of Menorca at the Minorcan farm of Es Calafat, between Ferreries and Cala Galdana. A variety of horse riding excursions are available either through Menorca’s countryside or to the fabulous beaches on the South coast near the town of Migjorn Gran.
Menorca Horse Riding
Menorca horse riding offers classes for all ages and abilities and excursions that pass through Menorca’s beautiful countryside as well rides to the coast at Cala Esteve and rides to Cala Rafalet and to Alcalfar beach. Rides along sections of the Cami de Cavalls that include treks across beaches, pine woods and fields are also available.