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Horse riding

Our top recommendations for horse riding fun

For something different, take to the saddle and enjoy a gentle trot along the canal paths. St. Gilles, Beaucaire and Port Cassafières (Camargue) offer riding lessons, trekking and watching wild horses for a unique cruise and ride experience.

Camargue, France

Sail along the Canal du Rhône à Sète to discover wonderful preserved landscapes, often with pink flamingos, sometimes wild white horses, typical of the area. Come to this pretty region of southern France, always under the sun, and enjoy the numerous horse riding points along your trip.

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Brittany, France

Come to Brittany to discover a pretty region of France, full of history and heritage. Among your numerous visits along your cruise, you will have the occasion to discover horse riding in Betton, aside the wonderful city of Rennes.

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Shannon & Erne, Ireland

Enjoy the quietness of Ireland and the purity of its landscapes; and, between two visits in one of the old cities full of history there, ride a horse in the peaceful city of Banagher.

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Caledonian Canal, Scotland

Explore Scotland's wild and otherworldly landscapes on a sure-footed horse or pony and make a memory that will last a lifetime. Horse riding is immensely popular in Scotland and there are stables and riding providers based all around the country where you can book a leisurely trek, an exciting hack or a professional lesson. You could even go on a horse riding holiday and learn all there is to know about caring for these intelligent and gorgeous animals.

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Thames, England

Along the banks of the River Thames you'll find plenty of pastoral spots to go for a trot among pleasant green pastures and along winding bridleways. The famous racecourses of Ascot (a favourite of the Queen) and Newbury are also nearby - well worth an excursion if you fancy a flutter!

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