- Polo Lesson
- Multi day privately guided horse trail
- Private lunches set up on route
- Hand-picked accommodation, with unique features
- Flamenco show and cultural experience
A trail ride through historical towns nested in the South of Spain, inland from the Strait of Gibraltar. Just a stone throw away from Morocco, we discover on horseback ancient cattle paths and traditional stop ver points on route to discover the villages which lie in the southern tip of Spain.
Small privately guided groups set off for a multi day adventure to discover this region on horseback and combining this with a day of Polo which is a unique activity for avid riders who would like to experience this additionally, at our base which is close to the renowned polo hub Sotogrande.
We start int he heart of the polo valley in Spain, and set off across cattle country with an typical Spanish lunch on route. Some local wines and flamenco to be expected. We stop at old family run restaurants with tethering spots for the horses, and rest for the night at the selected accommodation. There is time to explore the village before moving on the following day.
- Day 1 - Arrival and polo lesson
Arrival in Torreguadiaro, check in and freshen up at Casa Manolo. A quaint traditional family owned “Eatery” established in 1970, where you have time to freshen up and drop off your luggage in their Andalusian old style, guest rooms. You will have time for lunch, before we head to the polo fields. A beautiful setting in the polo hub of Spain awaits. The horses and guests will be transferred back and an “Asado” in the traditional Argentinian way awaits. Night: Casa Manolo, Guadiaro
- Day 2 - Moving day, Guadiaro to Castellar de la Frontera with lunch set up on route
After tea and coffee and a quick breakfast we head out with our horses to Castellar de la Frontera, stopping pine forests with spectacular views to Gibraltar, and passing the town of Secadero to continue towards Castellar de la frontera. Lunch will be set up mid way, for a paella and some time to stretch your legs. We arrive at the ancient fortress in time for dinner and some sight seeing. The night will be spent in a rural house and dinner will be at the guests own accord in town. There some traditional bars and restaurants throughout castellar. Night: Castellar
- Day 3 - Moving day Castellar to Jimena de la Frontera with lunch at a traditional "Venta" on route
After breakfast, we mount our horses to continue towards Jimena de la Frontera, stopping at a traditional Spanish “Venta” for lunch. This is a stop over point for riders where tie rails are available and the horses will be watered. We continue across fertile land and head through the village to arrive at a quaint hotel, with Moorish influence. Dinner will be at the guests own accord, at the town square or in one of the numerous restaurants in town. Night: Jimena de la frontera
- Day 4 - Breakfast and departure
After breakfast, we say goodbye to the horses, and transfer back to Malaga airport for your ongoing flight back home.
- Beverages outlines in inclusive and all snacks
- Lunch and dinner day 1
- Breakfast and lunch day 2
- Dinner day 2
- Lunch and dinner day 3
Due to the nature of the ride, you will have to be confident on a horse in all paces, walk, trot and canter. We spend approximately 5 hours int he saddle daily with rests in-between.
Die to the distances travelled on horseback we will only allow persons under 95Kg as a weight limit.