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Chianti castles horse riding holiday in Italy

Riders will stay for the first three nights in a charming Tuscan farmhouse on an organic farm with English host, bedrooms en suite, plentiful Tuscan cooking and Chianti wine. On the first two mornings riders will get to know their horses and tour the surrounding countryside with its vineyards, olive groves and extensive woodland. On the first afternoon they visit local places of interest not known to the average tourist, including a working medieval mill and a Romanesque church with animal carvings, while on the second they visit an abbey and wine farm, where they will do some wine-tasting. On the third day the riders set out with an English-speaking guide on a tour of the castles of the ... Read more >
From 1,435 excluding flights

Short break riding holiday in Tuscany

A short riding holiday ideal for those who have no much time available or wish to combine this holiday with a visit to a nearby art city such as Florence, Siena, Cortona or Assisi. A car is not needed. You stay on an organic olive-farm and riding centre, the friendly home of your English host Jenny Bawtree. Guests sleep in a 17th century farmhouse (all bedrooms en suite) where the Tuscan cooking is to die for, not to speak of the Chianti wine. Two half-day rides and then one whole-day ride through vineyards, olive groves and wooded hills. In addition, for everybody a lesson in Italian or a stroll to the medieval tower of Galatrona with its stupendous views over the Arno valley and a visit ... Read more >
From 700 excluding flights

Tuscany horseriding holiday, Italy

Stay in an authentic Tuscan farmhouse in the Chianti hills with panoramic views over the Arno valley. The atmosphere is friendly and informal and you will immediately feel at home. Franca will prepare for you delicious Tuscan dishes using locally produced pasta, meat and vegetables, accompanied by Chianti wine. (We welcome also vegetarians, of course!) Your host, Jenny, is very knowledgeable about nature, art and local customs and is happy to share with you her love of Tuscany and all it has to offer. Riders, who need to have a reasonable amount of experience, will enjoy exploring the Tuscan countryside on our well-trained and comfortable horses. You will see farmhouses, olive groves, ... Read more >
From 1,275 excluding flights

Tuscany horse riding holidays for families

This is a flexible riding programme in beautiful Tuscany designed especially for families with children aged ten and upwards. Non-riders are welcome too but might like to hire a car to go on excursions while the others are riding. You will be staying on a farm with fifteen horses, two dogs, a cat and a charming miniature goat. The 17C farmhouse where you sleep is in the Chianti hills and has a friendly, informal atmosphere where both children and adults will feel at home. There will be three half-day rides (all different), two whole day rides with picnics (those for whom a whole day is too much can ride just in the morning or in the afternoon), a visit to Siena, home to the famous Palio ... Read more >
From 794 excluding flights

Guided walking holiday in rural Tuscany, Italy

Your guide is Jenny Bawtree, who fell in love with this countryside forty years ago and loves to wander through it on horseback and on foot. She is knowledgeable about the flora and fauna, and also the history and agricultural traditions of this quiet corner of the Tuscan region. The walks she leads are for the reasonable fit, but there is plenty of time to linger and look. Please note that these dates coincide with those of a riding holiday; participants, whether riders or walkers, can meet up for the other activities and sightseeing. Riding lessons can be arranged for any walkers who would like to have a go. It is necessary that there should be a minimum of two walkers on ... Read more >
From 1,250 excluding flights

Horse riding and fresco hunting holiday in Tuscany

This is a new riding programme week specially tailored for riders who are also art lovers. There are four morning rides, the rest of the time (other than sampling excellent Tuscan cooking and Chianti wine!), the riders are taken to see frescoes in Florence, Arezzo, Siena and San Gimignano, all very different from one another. Jenny is not an art historian but is passionate about medieval and early Renaissance frescoes. She has studied them over the last few years and is happy to transmit her enthusiasm to other art-lovers, often from a fresh, non-academic viewpoint. The tour includes many of the most famous frescoes of Tuscany. Read more >
From 1,210 excluding flights
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