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Regional Description: Riding in Greece

Horseback Riding in Greece - © ride77.com / RV

Horseback Riding in Greece - © ride77.com / RV

On one hand Greece has a fascinating landscape on the mainland, on the other hand Greece has hundreds of islands. Horseback riding in Greece is of course possible in every of these regions. Horseback riders can enjoy the the great landscape. But you will also pass extraordinary beaches, woods and villages while riding on your horse.

You can visit historical sights in Greece like temples and castles. Greece has a mediterranean climate. The climate in Greece is divided between two climate types. First the mediterranean which is very dry and can also be very wet. This kind of climate occurs on the low-lying areas of Attica also on the Aegean Islands. Winters are wet, snow fall does not last long. In summer the weather in Greece is mostly sunny and dry. The second zone is the alpine mediterranean climate. The winter is harsh with abundant snowfalls, summers are cool with frequent thunderstorms.

If you go horseback riding in Greece you might want to ride along the sea and the coast. Due to the fact, that Greece is a touristic driven country, there are not so many beaches which are not covered by tourists. So you might not find many lonely beaches where you can canter on your horse for a long trip. But there are beautiful beaches in Greece you can discover by horse, where you also will not see other people.

Above see the list of regions within the region of Greece. You will find more reliable information about horseback riding facilities, riding schools and horse farms in the regions within Greece. The amount of riding schools and possibilities for horseback riding in the regions within Greece is shown in brackets. So click on the region you want to go horseback riding or enjoy trail riding to see the riding stables and horse farms there.

You want your stable to be listed in our directory? This is simple and for free: Just click through to the regional area where your horse riding facility is located. There you'll find a link saying: "Add my facility to the horse riding directory!"