Italy (Rome): Horseback Riding, Riding Stable, Riding Academy, Trailriding, Horse Riding Vacation

Regional Description: Riding in Italy

Horse riding and riding-tours in Italy are very popular, especially in seasons of spring and autumn. If the temperatures are pleasant in the range between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius, many horse riders are in Italy with the horse on their way. The landscapes in Italy are very different. Between the hilly northern part and the hot southern part, the differences are big. The South Tyrol region is very popular for fans of mountains. Dry and sunny weather characterizes the Italian north.

Very popular with horse riders is also the region of Tuscany. The scenery is very charming. Also Lazio and Campania have a nice scenery of their landscape and are very exciting and stimulating for long riding tours. The Lazio region has numerous attractions such as castles and palaces with historical background for horse riders. The two major islands, Sardinia and Sicily, which are in the Mediterranean sea are characterized by numerous beaches and beautiful regions for riding. You can do special rides in Sicily, where it is possible to visit the Mount Etna Nature Park with a horse. The landscape around Mount Etna is characterized by the numerous volcanic eruptions, the volcano is also still active. Sicily is also known for a diverse landscape with mountains.

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