horse riding vacation in Bulgaria
HORSE RIDING IN BULGARIA


The Balkan Mountains stretch for over 600 km and divide Bulgaria into two distinct halves. Lush meadows lie beneath high cliffs and alternate with dense forests. There are many interesting features: rock formations, caves, ancient trees and high jaw-dropping waterfalls. On the trail rides, you have the opportunity to visit monasteries and cross villages. We offer four different rides. Private groups (six or more) can request a custom ride.

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randonnée à cheval en Bulgarie
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Stationary and progressive trail rides
We offer four riding trail rides in Bulgaria. The terrain is varied: you ride in the mountains, in lush forests and in large green plains. Rides that will take you into the most…
8-9 days - 7-8 nights - 6 days riding in Bulgaria
From:
1060€
Level 3 :You must be able to walk, trot, canter and gallop outdoor
In 2-3 person bedrooms, single bedrooms with supplement

Bulgaria is located in Southeast Europe in the northeast part of the Balkan Peninsula. It borders to the north with Romania, to the east with the Black Sea, to the south with Turkey and Greece, and to the west with Macedonia and Serbia. The Balkan mountains run for over 600 km and divide Bulgaria into two distinct halves.

WHEN TO GO ON HORSEBACK TO BULGARIA:

Bulgaria enjoys a temperate climate with hot, dry summers and cold, wet winters, often with heavy snowfall.
Spring (especially April to mid-June) is a great time to go on horseback. Summer (mid-June to early September) is pleasant for horseback riding, but it can get very hot. September and October are a beautiful time in Bulgaria; the fall trees are beautiful and the fruits and vegetables are plentiful.


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ACCESS FORMALITIES IN BULGARIA:

- For European nationals: valid identity card (for a stay of less than 3 months).
- Other citizens: valid passport.

VACCINES:
Recommended vaccines: Universal vaccines especially tetanus for equestrian activities (DTCP, hepatitis B), hepatitis A, in the event of a stay in rural areas: central European tick encephalitis and rabies.