Horse riding holidays

Whether you prefer a gentle trot or a full blown gallop, or even something in between, there are not many better ways to take in the beauty of the surrounding countryside - meadows in full bloom, green forests, the South Tyrolean Dolomites and fresh mountain streams - during your farm holiday or family holiday in South Tyrol. Discover the diverse scenery all over the Alp region on horseback! Popular destinations are the high plateau of Renon, the Alpe de Siusi and the Sciliar, as well as Merano and its surroundings. This is also home to the famous Haflinger horses, named after the village of Avelengo (Hafling) near Scena. The mountain horse is a part of South Tyrol, just as much as dumplings and bacon! In ancient times, the blonde horses were bred as work horses, but due to their calm character and small build, they have become a popular riding and leisure horse for children and families.

Farm holiday with horses

Explore the stunning scenery of the South Tyrolean Dolomites on horseback - on Haflinger horses and all other different kinds of horses or ponies. Less experienced riders can practice in indoor or outdoor arenas during their farm holiday. Many stables offer tuition for children and adults as well as guided rides and day-long trekking tours. Horse enthusiasts should take advantage of trail rides through the beautiful landscape during their farm holidays in South Tyrol. This is how your holiday combines all types of movement - slow hiking, fast Nordic Walking in South Tyrol and the fastest - horseback riding. There is no problem if you bring your own horse, because the horse-friendly accommodations in South Tyrol also offer guest horse boxes and a parking space for your horse trailer. Come and enjoy the pleasures of horse riding during your farm holiday in South Tyrol!

Holidays South Tyrol