Riding horses on a beach in France
France

Discover the Atlantic coast on horseback

The Atlantic Coast, extending to the Dordogne in the east and the Basque Country in the south, offers some of the best riding trails in France. With beautiful vine-stripped hills and long sandy beaches, it is the perfect destination for your next riding holiday. Foodies and wine lovers are also in for a treat, as the region has some of the best French cuisine and most renowned vineyards! Still slightly less busy than the Mediterranean coast, the Atlantic Coast is probably one of the wildest regions in France. Get back to nature, enjoy the French art de vivre, and come back from your horseback holiday feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
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From the horse’s mouth

  • Aquitaine - Trail riding along the Atlantic shore
    Ai Li, aged 45, Singapore
    It was a really unique experience to have the opportunities to canter one-by-one through the forest and on the beach. The horses and strong and fast. The guide observed the riders to ensure safety as well as providing pointers for the riders. The accommodation was comfortable and the food was great!! They even have a...
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  • Aquitaine - Trail riding along the Atlantic shore
    Gwen Marie, ALBERTVILLE
    Michel and Anette, the hosts, were very welcoming and provided excellent accomodations, the horses were forward-going and there were frequent gallops at fast pace over 1/2-2km. The guide, Michel, was an amazing navigator over sometimes bushy terrain. Overall, an excellent trip!
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  • Aquitaine - Trail riding along the Atlantic shore
    Patricia, aged 62, London
    The trip far exceeded my expectations. The guide's passion for his horses shone through. The horses were amazing, well behaved and forward going. Both Michel and Annette made us feel welcome and went out of their way to make the trip extra special. The riding was amazing, with lots of long gallops through the forests...
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