Ireland (Dublin): Horseback Riding, Riding Stable, Riding Academy, Trailriding, Horse Riding Vacation

Regional Description: Riding in Ireland

Horseback riding lessons in Ireland - © / RV

Horseback riding lessons in Ireland - © / RV

Ireland is a land of horsemen. The green island is ideal for long rides and also to do daylong or multiple days riding tours. Intermediate riders can ride in the field and be out with the horses on the shores of the island. For beginners there are numerous riding schools offering  riding lessons.

Many riders use horse riding holidays in Ireland also to learn the english language. There are also separate holiday camps for riding and learning the language. On horseback you can here then explore the endless green landscapes of the island.

The most pleasant time to go horse riding is the summer. Temperatures from June to September are about 17 to 20 degrees Celsius in average. Especially June and July months are popular for horseback riding, because it rains the least in these months. On horseback you can here visit the numerous lakes and mountain ranges of Ireland. The longest river in Ireland is called Shannon and this river is 386 kilometers long. It is also a popular destination for horseback riders.

Above see the list of regions within the region of Ireland. You will find more reliable information about horseback riding facilities, riding schools and horse farms in the regions within Ireland. The amount of riding schools and possibilities for horseback riding in the regions within Ireland 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!"