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An exciting trail ride along the Spanish coast

Two Beaches trail in Catalonia

8 days / 6 days riding from 1144€

Riding levels

Each of our trips is assigned a minimum level of riding ability required. This reflects whether there is technical riding required; the terrain to be covered; the liveliness of the horses; the length of the riding days and the riding fitness required.




For novice riders, these riding holidays will give beginners the chance to get used to being in the saddle. In general, a beginner/ novice hasn't learned how to canter and has not yet mastered rising trot. They are able to mount safely and to control a horse at a walk. 



For intermediate riders who are at ease at 2 paces (walk and rising trot and are starting to canter in a forward seat) out in open countryside. The intermediate rider is able to mount and dismount their horse unassisted, use basic riding aids, ride at a rising trot for at least 10 minutes, to change and control the pace from a walk to a trot and comfortably canter over short distances.



For experienced riders who have mastered all 3 paces (walk, rising trot, canter in a forward seat) over uneven terrain. The experienced rider rides regularly, has a good seat and is confident of their own ability. They are able to control the horse at speed and change direction of their horse at any pace and in any circumstance as needed.



For advanced riders who have mastered all 4paces (walk, rising trot, canter gallop in a forward seat) over uneven terrain on all types of horses including those that are very spirited. The advanced rider rides regularly has good physical fitness, has good soft hands and has the ability to gallop for long stretches without getting tired.



For all riders, whether they are novices, intermediate level, experienced or advanced. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance training, natural horsemanship, trail riding orcentre based safaris.



For beginners and intermediate level riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capability of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For beginners, intermediate level  and experienced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For intermediate level and experienced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtraining,endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For intermediate level, experiencedand advanced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtrainingendurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For experiencedand advanced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtraining,endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.

Comfort

Each of our rides has been assigned an expected level of comfort

Nights in hotels, guesthouses, B&B's or homestays. Double or twin rooms with bathrooms.

 

EQUUS JOURNEYS Fingerpost Cottage
Hopton Wafers
Shropshire, DY140NA. UK
Phone : +44 (0) 1905 388977
INFO@EQUUS-JOURNEYS.COM

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SPAIN-Two Beaches trail in Catalonia

8 days / 6 days riding from 1144€


Activity :

Level :

Comfort :

On the Spanish coast of Catalonia, this is a very exciting trail ride for confident riders. It is perfect for riders who want to enjoy excellent canters and gallops on the beach and the challenges of riding in a more hilly landscape. Ride off the beaten track and explore two different natural parks (Aiguamolls de l'Empordà and BaixTer), learning about the wondrous local fauna and flora along the way. Highlights of the trip are undoubtedly the two days spent riding along beautiful beaches – perfect for long, sandy gallops! A shortened itinerary covering the second half of the ride (day 5 – 8) is also available.

Strengths

- A varied ride across the hills of Catalonia, with two very exciting beach rides perfect for long gallops – the first beach stretches for over 6 km!
- A fast-paced trail for riders looking for a fun equestrian adventure, with plenty of opportunities for good canters and gallops.
- Comfortable accommodation in lovely hotels or guesthouses, with excellent food and wine.
- You will enjoy some time off to relax and enjoy the Mediterranean lifestyle, with leisurely strolls across beautiful medieval villages.
- This ride also runs on a shortened weekend itinerary (Day 5 to 8). Please contact us for more information.

Itinerary

Day 1: UK – BARCELONA OR GIRONA -

You will arrive at Masos d'En Coll, starting point of your ride. transfers can be arranged from Barcelona airport or Girona airport.

The group transfers in Barcelona Airport will be at 18:00.
Pick up at Girona airport will be at 19.30.

Located at the foot of the Pyrenees, facing the natural and wild reserve of the Illes Meds, this farmhouse serves as a base to discover l'Emporda, its preserved nature and the fabulous riding trails. Its ideal location allows riders to discover both the surrounding mountains and some of the most beautiful beaches in Catalonia. It is also very conveniently located between the popular cities of Figueres, Girona and Barcelona, that you may want to visit before or after your rides – the Park Guëll and Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, both major works of Gaudí, are just some ideas of things to do in this captivating seaside city.

Before dinner, you will go over the week's programme. Your guide will speak to every rider individually to chat about your riding experience and preferences when it comes to horses. She will be sure to find the perfect match for you amongst her herd of beautiful Andalucian trail horses!

Day 2 : Masos d'Encoll - San Marti d'Empuries - 4-6 hours riding

Your first day in the saddle will allow you to get used to your horse. You leave the stables and head to the Natural Park of Montgri and go around the mountain. You will pass by the 'Escala' and arrive at the charming village of San Marti d'Empuries. This is a beautiful medieval town, perfect to wander around and to discover the history of the region.

Your hotel for the night is very close to the beach – make sure you enjoy a swim at sunset to relax after a long day under the Catalonian heat!

Day 3 : San Marti d'Empuries - Can Sort - 4-6 hours riding

You have an early start this morning to enjoy a long gallop down the beach - 6 kilometres of beach are perfect for long gallops and a dip with the horses! After this incredible experience, you will ride up to the village of Sant Pere Pescador where you will rinse the sand and salty water from your horses and enjoy a well-deserved coffee!
After this short break, you spend the morning riding across rice fields and through orchards.

In the afternoon, there will be more riding through rice fields and orchards before you arrive to Can Muni for the night.

Day 4 : Baix Emporda-Masos d'En Coll - 4-6 hours riding

Today you ride back to your first guesthouse, Masos d'En Coll, where you will stay overnight before heading south for the second part of your ride. Today's ride will take you through some lovely pear and apple orchards – no doubt the horses will enjoy that part of the ride best! You will cross a bridge to ride on the other side of the Ter river where you will see ducks and other migratory birds from the Medes Islands. Be sure to enjoy a few canters along the riverbed.

In the afternoon, arrive at Masos d'En Coll and take some time to rest or enjoy the surroundings before joining your group for a delicious dinner.

Day 5 : Masos d'en Coll- Gavarres - 4-6 hours riding

Today you will leave Masos d'en Coll towards the best preserved medieval village in Spain. The small Palau-Sator and Peratallada, are both surrounded by a wall and preserve a defensive pit, tower, castle and palace. Continue your ride across fields of oaks and pines until you reach your accommodation, a country house that dates back to the XIII century located in the foot of the hills of Gavarres. Here you may enjoy a dip in the pool and have some homemade dinner with local produce only.

Day 6 : Gavarres - Beach of Pals - 4-6 hours riding

Today, you will ride inland to the Park of les Gavarres. This park has a large network of paths which will allow you to discover the most important Catalonian cork oaks and maritime pine forest. Vegetation here is that of wet, shady areas near mountain streams, forests are made up of alders, hazels and chestnuts, contrasting with the rest of the predominantly Mediterranean territory.

You will continue the trail passing through the beautiful medieval village of Pals, with history from the 9th-15th century. Small cobblestone streets, flower decorations and a view of the sea, make this tiny village a very special location. A bit further down the trail, you will arrive at your accommodation, just five minutes away from the beach. You will have a chance to relax, rest and walk along the beach's shore.

Day 7 : Beach of Pals – Masos d'En Coll - 4-5 hours riding

Shortly after sunrise and breakfast you will go for a beach ride. The long beach of Pals is over 3,5 kilometres long and surrounded by dunes and pine trees, this sandy beach has some magnificent views over the Illes Medes. Together with your four-legged friend you will enjoy the waves and the sand. After a gallop along the beach, you will start heading back to Els Masos d'en Coll.

Say goodbye to your beautiful Andalucian horses before enjoying one last evening with your group, already looking forward to your next adventure.

Day 8 :Barcelona or Girona – UK -

You will depart after breakfast. Leaving from Barcelona/Girona, you should try to book a flight no earlier than 13.30 (you will depart El Masos d'en Coll at 09:30)


Price details

- International flights are not included.

- Transfers from Barcelona or Girona airport are not included: they are €100/£86 from Barcelona or €60/£52 from Girona (return)

- For the ride to be confirmed there needs to be a minimum of 4 riders per group. The group maximum is usually 8 riders. We can sometimes confirm the ride with 2 riders with the payment of a supplement (€245/£210).

- There is a single room supplement of approx. €250/£215 if you want to guarantee your own room. Single riders willing to share: no supplement.

- Minimum age of 16 years with prior consultation, possible private groups for families with young riders
Please Note
The itinerary may be modified at anytime for security reasons, meteorological or events beyond our control such as blocked roads, rivers in flood, drought, strikes and local holidays. Equus Journeys, our local partners and their local guides will always strive to find the best solution and will alter the itinerary as needed.
The names of the hotels and accommodation are given for information only and depending on availability, they may be modified without notice and replaced by another of a similar standard.

PRICE INCLUDES

Support team

1 English speaking horse guide

Logistics

1 horse equipped with saddle and bridle per rider
1 support vehicle

Inland transport

All inland transfers mentioned during the ride

Accommodation

Full board accommodation in hotels

Meals

Full board from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on the final day (day 8) including wine on most nights

Additional equipment

First aid kit

OPTION

Accommodation

Single room supplement

Transport

Airport transfers from/to Barcelona or Girona airport (€95 or €60 return)

Extras

Trip extensions or additional activities

PRICE DOESN'T INCLUDE

Meals

Beverages and personal extras

Extras

Tips to the local team

Insurance

Cancellation and travel insurance are not included in the above listed price. Please note that insurance is mandatory. We recommend taking out an insurance policy as soon as your trip is booked to cover you in case of cancellation

TIPS

Tips are welcome but not expected. You should tip what you feel is appropriate and you are comfortable with.

HORSES

A lovely herd of around 11 horses. They are reliable horses, always sure footed in difficult areas. They were selected for their suitability to trail riding.

MINIMUM RIDING ABILITY

This trip is suited to intermediate and experienced level riders who ride regularly or are willing to get back in the saddle prior to the ride. You need to be in good physical condition and be ready for long hours in the saddle under the sun.

Rider weight limit: 90 kgs / 14 stones / 198 lbs.

PACE

This ride will see you riding at walk, trot and canter. This ride is rather fast-paced with long gallops along the beach.

TACKING ABILITY AND PARTICIPATION

Each rider is responsible for grooming and tacking their own horse and to help the team to feed and water the horses when required.

TRIP CONDITIONS AND REQUESTED EXPERIENCE

A good level of fitness and endurance is required, as you will spend between 4 and 7 hours in the saddle each day. This trip doesn't offer much technical difficulty but you must be able to control your horse in open spaces, especially on the beach.

EQUESTRIAN EQUIPMENT

English saddles.
Helmets are mandatory. We recommend you bring yours to ensure a proper fit.

COMFORT

You ride from village to village, spending nights in carefully selected hotels and guesthouses along the way. You will also spend three nights at El Masos d'Encoll, the main base of this equestrian business.
Accommodation is of a good standard with good wholesome meals and wine.

CLIMATE

In the springtime temperatures can reach 15-20°C, getting warmer and warmer as summer gets closer (around 25°C in June).
In autumn, temperatures are approximately 20 – 25°C. December temperatures can get to 15°C with cool evenings.

This ride doesn't run in the summer, due to hot temperatures and because the beaches would be too crowded to safely take the horses for a gallop.

Meals

The Spanish and Catalan cuisines are hearty and generous, with Mediterranean flavours.
Lunches will mainly be picnics or taken in small restaurants along the way (wine included)
In the evenings, you will get to enjoy delicious dinners and sample some of the best Spanish and Catalan food and wine.
Special diets can be accommodated with advance notice.

Support Team

Guide and local team

Your guides are Paula and/or Sabina. They know the area well and speak English and Spanish, Catalan and French.

Packing list

Head
- Riding helmets are mandatory and we recommend that you take your own to ensure a correct fit.
- Sunhat for when not riding
- Sunglasses - with a cord attached so they don't fly off when riding
- Buff or bandana for protecting your neck and face from the sun and dust

Upper body
- Thermal long-sleeved tops are a lightweight way of providing extra warmth if you need it
- Long sleeved shirts to provide protection from the sun
- T-shirts
- Lightweight fleece or jumper
- Warm polar fleece or equivalent
- Waterproof jacket - rain can be difficult to predict and it's better to be prepared, even in Spain

Legs
- Lightweight, comfortable riding trousers or jodhpurs - we recommend riding in them at home before taking them on holiday to ensure they don't rub
- Waterproof over trousers
- Casual clothes for the evenings (jeans or walking trousers)
- Thermal leggings

Hands and Feet
- Comfortable riding boots. We recommend short boots with half chaps.
- Lightweight shoes for the evenings
- Several pairs of socks
- Gloves - your hands are particularly exposed to the sun, wind or rain whilst riding

Nightwear
- Pyjamas etc

Other useful items
- Swimsuit - there are pools on some nights and access to the beach
- Small backpack for accessing items required during the day (carried by support crew)
- Camera and high capacity memory card. Spare battery
- Bumbag for carrying your camera and small items whilst riding
- Water bottle (2 litres or 2 x 1 litre)
- Ear plugs (for light sleepers)

In your luggage
- Any liquids, such as shampoo, moisturiser, deodorant unless they are less than 100ml and all bottles can fit in a small, clear, plastic ziplock bag.
- Swiss army knife or equivalent

In your hand luggage
- Any valuables, such as your camera, ipod, ipad etc.
- Your riding hat

Medical kit
- Sunscreen and lip balm - should be high factor
- Insect repellent
- Any medication you regularly take
- Blister plasters in case of any rubs
- Antiseptic cream, plasters, aspirin, anti-histamine, insect-bite salve etc...
- Spare prescription glasses/contact lenses
- Eye drops
- Imodium or similar anti-diarrhoea medication
- Re-hydration sachets
- Antiseptic wipes
- Handwash gel


Miscellaneous
- We recommend taking a copy of your passport and insurance documents with you in case you lose your originals
- Please take your rubbish home with you. There are no recycling facilities, so take your used batteries, aerosols etc. back home and dispose of them appropriately. Try to leave excess packaging material at home before travelling
- Please don't take a hard sided suitcase. Your luggage should be soft sided with a capacity of 60-80 litres. We recommend taking a backpack or similar.
- Backpacks cannot be worn whilst riding. We recommend a small bumbag or a coat with pockets so that you can carry small items with you during the day (passport, camera, sunscreen, lipbalm etc)
- We recommend travelling in your riding boots and carrying your hat and some riding clothes in your hand luggage - then if your luggage goes astray you are still able to ride!
- Any liquids in your hold luggage, such as shampoo, moisturiser, over 100ml should be decanted into small, clear, plastic ziplock bag. We recommend biodegradable washing products where possible.
- In your hand luggage take any valuables, such as your camera, ipod, ipad etc.
- Travelling in your riding boots and carrying your hat and some riding clothes is highly recommended - then if your luggage goes astray you are still able to ride!

ENTRY FORMALITIES

A passport valid for three months beyond the length of stay and issued within the past 10 years is required by British, Australian, Canadian and all other EU nationals.
If travelling from one border-free Schengen country to another however, EU nationals are not required to show a passport or national ID card. It is still recommended that you travel with your passport or ID card to prove your identity if necessary though.
Visas:
Nationals not referred to above are advised to contact their embassy for visa requirements.

BREXIT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The rules for travel to most countries in Europe will change if the UK leaves the European Union (EU) with no deal.

After 29 March 2019:

You should have 6 months left on your passport from your date of arrival. This applies to adult and child passports.

If you renewed a 10 year adult passport before it expired, extra months may have been added to your passport's expiry date. These extra months will not count.

The new rules will apply to passports issued by the UK, Gibraltar, Guernsey, the Isle of Man and Jersey.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/passport-rules-for-travel-to-europe-after-brexit

Addresses of consulates

  • Paris | Ambassade d'Espagne
    22, avenue Marceau
    75381 Paris Cédex 08
    Tél. : 01.44.43.18.00
    Fax :
    emb.paris@maec.es
  • Ambassade de France en Espagne
    Calle Salustiano Olozaga 9
    28001 Madrid
    Tél. : +34 91 423 89 00

    Fax :
    presse.madrid-amba@diplomatie.gouv.fr

HEALTH

There are no vaccinations legally required to travel to Spain. Remember to take your EHIC card with you.
The health system in Spain is good. It's not exceptional, but certainly not bad. People who work in Spain are insured through a social security plan, which covers most of their needs. The only thing that is not included are dental treatments. There is also the possibility for a private insurance.
Pharmacies can be found in every town, and in bigger cities almost every street has one. Even at night it should not take you a long time to find a pharmacy that is open. Remember that more drugs are prescribed in Spain than any other country.

TRAVEL INSURANCE

It is a condition of your booking with Equus Journeys that you have travel insurance which covers you for the riding activities to be undertaken. Your travel insurance should cover you for medical expenses and repatriation. Your guides will require your travel insurance details before they allow you to ride and may refuse to let you ride if you cannot provide them. You should take your insurance documents with you.

TELEPHONE AND JET LAG

The international access code for Spain is +34. The emergency number for police, ambulance and the fire brigade is 112.

Time zone GMT +1

BUDGET AND MONEY

Spain has adopted the Euro (EUR, symbol: €) as its official currency. One Euro is divided into 100 (euro)cents, which are sometimes referred to as eurocents, especially when distinguishing them from the US cents.
Euro banknotes come in denominations of €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500. The highest three denominations are rarely used in everyday transactions. All Euro banknotes have a common design for each denomination on both sides throughout the Eurozone. The Euro coins are 1 cent, 2 cents, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, €1 and €2. Some countries in the Eurozone have laws which require cash transactions to be rounded to the nearest 5 cents. All Euro coins have a common design on the denomination (value) side, while the opposite side may have a different image from one country to another. Although the image side may be different, all Euro coins remain legal tender throughout the Eurozone.

VOLTAGE

230 volts AC, 50Hz. Round two-pin plugs are in use.

ACTIVITY :Trail Riding

LEVEL :Help

COMFORT :Help

On the Spanish coast of Catalonia, this is a very exciting trail ride for confident riders. It is perfect for riders who want to enjoy excellent canters and gallops on the beach and the challenges of riding in a more hilly landscape. Ride off the beaten track and explore two different natural parks (Aiguamolls de l'Empordà and BaixTer), learning about the wondrous local fauna and flora along the way. Highlights of the trip are undoubtedly the two days spent riding along beautiful beaches – perfect for long, sandy gallops! A shortened itinerary covering the second half of the ride (day 5 – 8) is also available.

  • On horseback along the beaches of the Costa Brava
    Beach ride in Spain
  • Explore the Catalonian hinterland on horseback
    Horses and riders in a field in Catalonia
  • From the forests of Catalonia to the Mediterranean sea
    Horseback trail in Catalonia to  the sea
  • An exciting trail ride in Spain with good opportunities for canters
    Riders cantering in a field in Catalonia
  • Group of riders enjoying a dip into the sea
    Riders and horses in the sea
  • Explore the beautiful Spanish countryside
    Trail ride in Catalonia, Spain
  • Riders across a bridge
    Riders crossing a bridge on hoseback
  • An excellent selection of horses
    Horses on a trail ride
  • Ride across beautiful Spanish villages
    Riders in front of a Spanish village
  • Beautiful views over the surrounding area
    Riders enjoying the view on a trail ride

STRENGTHS

- A varied ride across the hills of Catalonia, with two very exciting beach rides perfect for long gallops – the first beach stretches for over 6 km!
- A fast-paced trail for riders looking for a fun equestrian adventure, with plenty of opportunities for good canters and gallops.
- Comfortable accommodation in lovely hotels or guesthouses, with excellent food and wine.
- You will enjoy some time off to relax and enjoy the Mediterranean lifestyle, with leisurely strolls across beautiful medieval villages.
- This ride also runs on a shortened weekend itinerary (Day 5 to 8). Please contact us for more information.

ITINERARY

Day 1: UK – BARCELONA OR GIRONA -

You will arrive at Masos d'En Coll, starting point of your ride. transfers can be arranged from Barcelona airport or Girona airport.

The group transfers in Barcelona Airport will be at 18:00.
Pick up at Girona airport will be at 19.30.

Located at the foot of the Pyrenees, facing the natural and wild reserve of the Illes Meds, this farmhouse serves as a base to discover l'Emporda, its preserved nature and the fabulous riding trails. Its ideal location allows riders to discover both the surrounding mountains and some of the most beautiful beaches in Catalonia. It is also very conveniently located between the popular cities of Figueres, Girona and Barcelona, that you may want to visit before or after your rides – the Park Guëll and Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, both major works of Gaudí, are just some ideas of things to do in this captivating seaside city.

Before dinner, you will go over the week's programme. Your guide will speak to every rider individually to chat about your riding experience and preferences when it comes to horses. She will be sure to find the perfect match for you amongst her herd of beautiful Andalucian trail horses!

Day 2 : Masos d'Encoll - San Marti d'Empuries - 4-6 hours riding

Your first day in the saddle will allow you to get used to your horse. You leave the stables and head to the Natural Park of Montgri and go around the mountain. You will pass by the 'Escala' and arrive at the charming village of San Marti d'Empuries. This is a beautiful medieval town, perfect to wander around and to discover the history of the region.

Your hotel for the night is very close to the beach – make sure you enjoy a swim at sunset to relax after a long day under the Catalonian heat!

Day 3 : San Marti d'Empuries - Can Sort - 4-6 hours riding

You have an early start this morning to enjoy a long gallop down the beach - 6 kilometres of beach are perfect for long gallops and a dip with the horses! After this incredible experience, you will ride up to the village of Sant Pere Pescador where you will rinse the sand and salty water from your horses and enjoy a well-deserved coffee!
After this short break, you spend the morning riding across rice fields and through orchards.

In the afternoon, there will be more riding through rice fields and orchards before you arrive to Can Muni for the night.

Day 4 : Baix Emporda-Masos d'En Coll - 4-6 hours riding

Today you ride back to your first guesthouse, Masos d'En Coll, where you will stay overnight before heading south for the second part of your ride. Today's ride will take you through some lovely pear and apple orchards – no doubt the horses will enjoy that part of the ride best! You will cross a bridge to ride on the other side of the Ter river where you will see ducks and other migratory birds from the Medes Islands. Be sure to enjoy a few canters along the riverbed.

In the afternoon, arrive at Masos d'En Coll and take some time to rest or enjoy the surroundings before joining your group for a delicious dinner.

Day 5 : Masos d'en Coll- Gavarres - 4-6 hours riding

Today you will leave Masos d'en Coll towards the best preserved medieval village in Spain. The small Palau-Sator and Peratallada, are both surrounded by a wall and preserve a defensive pit, tower, castle and palace. Continue your ride across fields of oaks and pines until you reach your accommodation, a country house that dates back to the XIII century located in the foot of the hills of Gavarres. Here you may enjoy a dip in the pool and have some homemade dinner with local produce only.

Day 6 : Gavarres - Beach of Pals - 4-6 hours riding

Today, you will ride inland to the Park of les Gavarres. This park has a large network of paths which will allow you to discover the most important Catalonian cork oaks and maritime pine forest. Vegetation here is that of wet, shady areas near mountain streams, forests are made up of alders, hazels and chestnuts, contrasting with the rest of the predominantly Mediterranean territory.

You will continue the trail passing through the beautiful medieval village of Pals, with history from the 9th-15th century. Small cobblestone streets, flower decorations and a view of the sea, make this tiny village a very special location. A bit further down the trail, you will arrive at your accommodation, just five minutes away from the beach. You will have a chance to relax, rest and walk along the beach's shore.

Day 7 : Beach of Pals – Masos d'En Coll - 4-5 hours riding

Shortly after sunrise and breakfast you will go for a beach ride. The long beach of Pals is over 3,5 kilometres long and surrounded by dunes and pine trees, this sandy beach has some magnificent views over the Illes Medes. Together with your four-legged friend you will enjoy the waves and the sand. After a gallop along the beach, you will start heading back to Els Masos d'en Coll.

Say goodbye to your beautiful Andalucian horses before enjoying one last evening with your group, already looking forward to your next adventure.

Day 8 :Barcelona or Girona – UK -

You will depart after breakfast. Leaving from Barcelona/Girona, you should try to book a flight no earlier than 13.30 (you will depart El Masos d'en Coll at 09:30)

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