Fast and Free in Croatia ๐ŸŽ

Head to Croatia for one of our faster paced trails with some of the friendliest hosts in the business. A maximum of 6 guests means you’ll leave feeling like part of the family.

This family-run farm is located in the village of Ogorje, a peaceful part of the Dalmatian Zagora and just a short way from Sinj. This rural region offers varied riding terrain from the mountains of Svilaj and Mosec to small villages, old Roman roads and cattle paths and stretches of unspoilt countryside. This is a peaceful location but easily accessible from the airport and also very budget-friendly.
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The horses and riding
The riding is suited to confident riders who are happy to canter and gallop in open countryside and who love exploring – some horses are very forward-going but there are also some steady, kind mounts available for those who feel more comfortable with an easy ride.The horses at the ranch are specially trained for the trails and are well used to the terrain.ย  With a maximum of six riders at any time, there are always spare horses available if you want to swap.
This trail is for experienced riders – you should be able to ride at all paces, including gallop, in open countryside (in an English saddle) and be fit enough for long days in the saddle. You should also be happy to saddle your own horse and beย  able to tighten your own girth and adjust own stirrups.
Accommodation
Youโ€™ll be staying with the owner and his family at their ranch in comfortable double or twin rooms. There are four guest rooms on the ranch, each with an en suite shower room, with access to WiFi and a swimming pool in the summer months.
The meals at this destination are really special, all are homemade (including the wine!) and you can sample traditional Dalmatian cuisine with much of the produce such as fruits and vegetables homegrown at the ranch. You are welcome to join your hostโ€™s mother in the kitchen for an impromptu cooking demonstration to see how some Dalmatian specialties are prepared.
Breakfast at the ranch includes fresh bread, cheese, jam, eggs and seasonal fruit. Lunch is usually eaten as a picnic at a picturesque spot on the trail and can include sandwiches, quiches, cold meats, fruit and bread.ย  In case of poor weather, you will then return to the ranch for lunch which could be a Dalmatian dish (based on fish or meat, greens, olive oil, and seasonings). Dinner is eaten back at the ranch and is another authentic home-cooked meal freshly prepared by the family. A drink is included with each meal (juice, wine, beer, tea, coffee, milk or water).
More info
Dalmatian Mountains Ride
Departs April and October
Cost: ยฃ1075 per person
Book with a 20% deposit, the full balance is due 8 weeks before departure.
Country: Croatiaย 
Transfers available from Split Airport
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