Mykonos Horseback riding

Mykonos horse riding

Horse riding in Mykonos is not a particularly popular sports but it could be a nice experience if you are interested to do something very special on the island. Riding tours in Mykonos lead to secluded beaches, old sightseeing, small chapels and spots with breathtaking view. In particular, Mykonos riding tours can be sunset tours, family tours or even tours for therapeutic riding.

Here are some horse riding centers in Mykonos. Each horse riding center is presented with detailed text, photos and point on Google map. If you have experience with any of these riding centers, feel free to write your review. All request forms are sent directly to the riding center manager so that you can book a course or riding walk with them or ask any question.

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Horseland is a horse riding school run by professional riding instructor, horse trainer and breeder, Fanis Rouvas. With over 15 years of experience in working with horses, Mr Rouvas boasts well groomed horses with a healthy body and mind, which can offer one of the finest riding experiences.


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