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One of the best ways to experience the Wild Atlantic Way is on horseback. Whether it’s on a guided tour or free trekking atop your own horse or pony, you can explore beaches, fields, trails and forests in a whole new way.
Many stables and equestrian centres along the route operate year-round, rain or shine, and are approved by the Association of Irish Riding Establishments, meeting the highest standards of quality and service.
Beginners and experts alike can choose from a range of lessons and rides over terrain to suit, such as mountain, woodland and coast.
Find customisable tours and horse riding packages for your stay.
Practice dressage, jumping, and even equine grooming at one of the route’s stables.
Perfect for families, groups or singles, find the right horse riding homestay for your trip.
Equine enthusiasts will love this looped drive, where you can find many options for a horseback break.
Out riding horses near Westport, County Mayo? Don’t miss the nearby natural attractions on this short route to Achill Island.
Spend a day in the saddle on the Dingle Peninsula before taking in the best local dining and attractions on this two-hour route.
There’s plenty of choice of route and terrain for the adventurous horse rider. Here are just a few of the best.
Learn about this guided horseback tour, which takes in historic shipwrecks and wild landscapes.
Check out our picks for the top equestrian must-dos on the Wild Atlantic Way.