Source: Mart Vares
Novices and expert horse riders of all ages can jump on the saddle and trot through Estonia’s sandy forest paths, dunes and wild beaches.
Horseriding holiday is very much a thing to do during your nature holiday in Estonia, whether you are going for a sledge ride on a snowy winter morning or looking to catch the late summer sunset by the sea. Estonia's nature and coastline offer an enjoyable experience where you will relax your mind. Stay overnight or take a day trip to the many horse farms and ranches for a riding lesson and guided rides.
Tori horse breed is known to be originally from Estonia and you can visit Tori Farm which is the oldest of its kind in Estonia. Also many horseriding competitions take place in Estonia. One of the biggest is Tallinn International Horse Show, which is usually in October.
Eat, sleep and indulge like an aristocrat in Estonia’s many historical manor houses.
Embrace the nature and rest in the wild, here's a list of sustainable accommodation in Estonia.