A half-day tour for a unique way to experience Tuscany… On horseback!
Explore Tuscany’s Chianti region on horseback on this small-group tour for beginner riders. Rolling hills, dense forests, and peaceful Tuscan countryside which is an outdoor adventure-lover’s dream destination to relax.
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Meet your tour leader and enjoy the ride of the Chianti wine region while learning about the area and hearing interesting facts about the region while enjoying the view of the rolling hills of Tuscany. Once at the HORSE RIDING SCHOOL, situated in a peaceful area immersed between the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside, you will meet the horses before setting out.
Don’t worry if you haven’t ridden a horse before, it is a slow walk and the experienced staff will make sure you feel confident before leaving for a ride. We will ride in complete relax by lush vineyards, native woods, and olive groves for a collection of BREATHTAKING & UNFORGETTABLE VIEWS for about 1h.
After the ride, enjoy a traditional TUSCAN MEAL combined with local Chianti wines: appetizers, Tuscan cheeses and salami, bruschetta, Truffle lasagna & Cantuccini with dessert wine are just waiting for you!
Available on request, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free menu.
Florence: Piazza della Calza, right in front Porta Romana at the blue P (parking) sign.
San Gimignano area: Tuscany on Wheels office, Strada di Sant’ Appiano 9/i – Barberino Tavarnelle
MONDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY (available other days on request with a min of 2 people, get in touch with us).
From Florence: 09:45am, from San Gimignano area: 10:45am
Please note during the summer months the tour departure time could be anticipated due to the summer heat.
Back to Florence by 5:00 pm
Back to San Gimignano area by 3:00pm
TIPS: WHY NOT VISIT SAN GIMIGNANO?
If you wish to stay in San Gimignano for a visit or for the night, ask your guide to be dropped off in the town after the Horseback ride. Feel free to bring your bags with you on the tour and store them on the bus.