Andalucia Ecuestre – riding centre La Rivera

Riding centre La Riviera is situated near Seville in La Rivera El Real de la Jara, Seville – one of the most beautiful and natural landscapes of Andalusia offering trekking tours, riding lessons, horse-carriage tours as well as sales horses and horse training.

This is the perfect place for your  riding holidays to experience the beauty and free space transmitted by the “Sierra Norte de Sevilla” Natural Park and its amazing landscape in a warm-hearted and familiar atmosphere and in tune with nature .

Their horses are trained to be safe and reliable for any level of rider, they are calm and are used to bond and contact with humans. Equestrian Centre La Rivera will help you to pick your perfect horse according to your level. Even never having sat on a horseback before in your life is not an excuse to miss out on this beautiful experience! The horses live in herds and may interact with each other, they have fresh water and can graze all day; just like in wild nature. Everybody is welcome, no matter if beginner or advanced, to improve their riding or to learn more about horses and riding, or those who just want to enjoy the spectacular scenery of Andalusia with a carriage ride or on a horseback.

“In our equestrian centre the most important thing is the welfare of the horses, therefore we have a farm of three hectares provided with all necessary facilities for their wellbeing” (Vera Schweizer, manager of the centre).

Vera has finished her studies of agriculture in Germany and lost her heart in Andalucia to the Andalusian horses but also to her boyfriend and partner Eladio Sanchez Fernandez. They have started the riding centre La Rivera in 2013 with lots of enthusiasm and effort, and they are happy and satisfied to live their dream of harmony between horses, humans and nature. Vera has completed her master of Hipotherapy and is working as riding teacher and touristic riding guide. Eladio is part of the local fire brigade and a fantastic rider, horse trainer and trekking guide!

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