Traveling to Spain | Riding in the Andalusian countryside

Andalusia is not only the wonder of Cordoba or Seville with their luxury travel spots but it is also the spectacle of campaigns for miles. Endless olive groves and lush orange groves come into view. In a land of horse enthusiasts the most effective and exciting way to explore the Andalusian countryside is a walk on the back of a good horse.

Andalusian dirt trails

Andalusian dirt trails

Andalusian countryside road

Andalusian countryside road

There are numerous riding schools available to organize excursions and lessons for beginners and experts. For those who are beginners it is advisable to deal with a first class breeding followed by a walk through the orange trees accompanied by the instructor, as proposed by the riding school near the Ponderosa in Seville. Prices are reasonable: fifteen euro include the lesson and the hour-long walk.

Andalusian countryside from a window

Andalusian countryside from a window

Andalusian Fields

Andalusian Fields

For the more experienced you can organize excursions of the several paths, natural and historical trails or gallop along the Guadalquivir to the delta of the river, the reserve of Doñana, to meet eagles, deer and lynx.

Andalusian Horses

Andalusian Horses

A horse does not only allows you to appreciate the views of the magnificent countryside, inhale the aromas, the smells, feel the rhythm of rural life but it is also a way to enter fully into the Andalusian culture and centuries old tradition of horse racing schools of the south Spain.

Andalusian countryside fields

Andalusian countryside fields

Fan of Andalusia and Spain? Then read this: A cultural trip to Ronda,

Andalusia photos: smcarterphotos, bigrob66, arsheffield, zanzibarcordoba, luckyfish.

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