FAQ’s

Almost, we do have a few weeks holiday ourselves so please contact us for all available dates.

Our full week holidays run from Sunday to Sunday. We also have short breaks that run from Wednesday to Sunday. The shorter holidays are available from November to April and in July and August only.

We pick up from Malaga and Gibraltar airports every week. Please contact us for pick up and drop off times. You can also come to us by car, full directions are available on request.

Our rides are for intermediate and experienced riders. You should be comfortable to walk, trot and canter in open spaces. Unfortunately we can not cater for novice/inexperienced riders.

We have a maximum weight limit of 100 Kilo, however we only have a couple of horses that can take this weight, most of our horses have a maximum weight limit of 85 Kilo. We do not have an upper age limit, as long as you are fit and healthy and can ride for 4/5 hours a day. Unfortunately we do not have horses for children. We can take teenagers.

We use English tack.

Yes we do. We are one of very few riding establishments in Spain that has a permit from the authorities to ride on selected beaches all year round.

Keep an eye on the weather forecast before coming over. Most of the year is warm and dry but winter can be cool and wet. In winter we recommend a lightweight waterproof jacket and trousers. For most of the year sunglasses and sun cream are very important.  In the dry summer we also recommend a Buff Scarf to protect your face from the flying sand. All though there are not a lot of biting insects there will be some, therefore we strongly recommend you bring anti insect cream or spray, if you are very allergic to bites also bring anti histamine. Please bring a pool towel if you would like to go swimming.

We have liquid soap in each room, however you will need to bring everything else. We do not have hair driers.

Yes we do. When you book with us we will ask you for any requests such as vegetarian dishes and also any food allergies or food dislikes.

We strongly recommend that you do. You can ride without a hard hat but your insurance must clearly state that you are covered to do so. You will also be asked to sign a disclaimer.

Yes you do. In the event of an accident the local hospitals will request insurance details. Travel insurance also covers repatriation after any serious accident.

You should also bring the European Health card, the E111. This gives you automatic access to Spanish health care.

Yes we can. We are surrounded by beautiful countryside and 5000 hectares of forest, perfect for walking and cycling. There are also many historic and picturesque towns and villages within easy driving distance if you have a hire car. If the non rider just wants to relax, we have lovely gardens, swimming pool and a large comfortable lounge with TV/DVD.

Yes we do. And its completely free.

The maximum is 10 and the minimum is 2.

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