Horse Riding Holidays in Southern Spain
Together with a team of helpful, friendly staff and 30+ fabulous horses, we provide luxury horse riding holidays in Andalucía, Spain. We are Christine and Paul Hartfield from the UK.
In 2008 we moved to Cortijo Uribe with our two horses and two dogs and started renovation work. Whilst working on this project we seemed to attract rescue horses and dogs to the house. People also asked for riding lessons and we employed some locals to help. As more 4 legged animals arrived we set up the business as a foundation and began to re-home, dogs and re-educate horses.
We then decided to have guests to stay to help with the cost of this passion. Come and join us and share in the happiness this project has bought to our lives, whilst having an amazing horse riding holiday in Spain.
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Hacienda Horses has been awarded 5 star status with TripAdvisor for the 4th year running ~ Thank you all for your kind comments that helped place us there
Spanish Horse Riding holidays for all Ages & Abilities
We will do our best to accommodate your wishes. Whatever you decide to do there is no traffic so you can just enjoy your ride, the amazing weather and the spectacular views.
We have a range of exquisitely schooled horses to suit every riders ability, from complete beginner to advanced dressage. Come ride with us in a truly wonderful part of Spain.
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We are situated next to the village of Mollina, in the Malaga province of Andalusia. The Cortijo is a short 40 minute transfer from Malaga airport. With excellent train and bus services, the location is perfect for those who want to experience the cities, towns and villages of the Andalucían region and the real Spain. We have three stunning, historic & very different cities of Seville, Cordoba and Granada a little over an hour away. Closer still, within a 15 minute car journey, we have the beautiful medieval town of Antequera, the cross roads of Andalusia.