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FRENCH HERITAGE - Rides and Equestrian holidays

French heritage is unique: castles, cathedrals, abbeys, fortified cities... 38 properties are listed on the World Heritage List: Mont Saint Michel, Palace of Versailles, the Loire Valley, Chartres Cathedral...and so on.

But the magic of France is also in the beauty of the smallest villages, of tiny churches in the middle of the charming countryside.

The horse is the perfect companion to discover these cultural sites. you can imagine being like royalty crossing deep forests to reach your family manor!

These French heritage horseback riding tours offer the best of French cultural experience.


Of course, Paris is famous worldwide, but just a few km from this bustling city, ancient forests link 2 of the most famous castles in France - and all around the world: the Palace of Versailles and Vaux le Vicomte.

Also known in French as the "Jardin de la France" (the Garden of France), the Loire Valley, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, has won this recognition thanks to its astonishing castles of French heritage.

Discover the Mont Saint Michel rising from the sand of a huge bay invaded by the highest tides in Europe... Two different programs are possible, for advanced or less experienced riders.

In the South West, the Perigord is the homeland of medieval castles. Although many castles are closed to the public, the most important ones can be visited and bear witness of the tumultuous events of the Hundred Years War in the region between the French and English. Dramatically located, the castles in the region are among the most fascinating to be found in France...
1 hour driving from Bordeaux, the place is an exceptional getaway through woods and forests in the south of Gironde.
In the Lot & Quercy, there are many medieval villages (Saint Cirq Lapopie, Espagnac-Sainte-Eulalie...) and natural sites (caves, sinkholes...) to discover.