Riding in Veneto:
Happy combination of tourism and agriculture itineraries that are rooted in peasant civilization, the Veneto It is a region that pays special attention to equestrian industry – as evidenced by the Fair Horses which has been taking place in Verona for over a century – and offers a wide range of proposals for those who want to know the territory on horseback respecting its rhythm, the journey and enjoying every stop. Practiced by an ever-increasing number of enthusiasts, the Equestrian tourism in Veneto offers numerous itineraries dedicated to those who want to slowly savor the landscape, historical, architectural and gastronomic excellence of the region.
Between historic and traditional villages, barren or cultivated hillsIn open campaign or within walking distance of major cities of artFrom Venetian Dolomites To Sandy coasts of the Adriatic , Veneto stands as one of the best regions to visit on horseback with an eye on the welcome: farmhouses immersed in nature, an oase of tranquility that the warmth and hospitality of the place are flanked by the recovery of traditions, the genuineness of food and the rediscovery of ancient flavors.
The mountain and hill paths require knights to good degree of training due to the presence of remarkable elevations that will be repaid by the priceless beauty of the views over majestic peaks (such as the Owl Massif or St. Martin’s Pale) but there is no shortage of easier routes in the plains or along the Venetian coast until you reach the Delta del Po, suitable for inexperienced knights.
Among the various exciting possibilities visit Veneto on horseback deserves a place of honor The Way of the Prealps, a scenic tour through theItaly’s most beautiful natural amphitheatre connecting the Lake Garda To Council Forest – a natural paradise where it is easy to come across deer, deer and roe deer – with twelve different routes developing on wide paths and forest roads.
There is no doubt of interest also the paths on horseback along the Wine Roads that allow the riders, between stops, to taste the excellence of food and wine in the region.