Dingle Horse Riding is set in the dramatic beauty of the Dingle Peninsula on the most southerly coastline of Ireland, has been an inspiration and a wonder to visitors for thousands of years. This is our home, and the perfect location for the most memorable, challenging and enjoyable horse riding holidays you will experience anywhere in the world.The centre will organise everything. Superb horses, superior facilities, quality accommodation, and, of course, adventurous rides through the magnificent Irish countryside. So all you have to do, is enjoy your time with us whilst experiencing the riding holiday of a life time.
Kerry Horse Riding & Equestrian
Eagle Rock Equestrian Centre is situated in Caherdaniel on the beautiful Ring of Kerry (N70). This picturesque little village stands on the shores of Derrynane bay and is a haven for the holiday maker. Eagle Rock is A.I.R.E. approved and facilitates rides of all standards. Tuition available from qualified instructors. The visitor can be provided with horses and ponies to suit all levels, whether you ar
Killarney Riding Stables located adjacent to the beautiful Killarney National Park, the casual customer can enjoy daily rides of one, two, or three hours.Situated in South-West Ireland, County Kerry boasts some of the finest scenery in the world. It is the delight of the antiquarian and archaeologist, rich in Bronze Age tombs, ring forts, standing stones and early Christian monastic ruins. Kerry is a paradise for the botanist and the bird-watcher, for its sub-tropical climate warmed by the Gulf Stream produces lush and rare vegetation, and on islands off its coast are some of the largest and most important bird colonies in Europe.
Tralee Equestrian Centre located on the foothills of the Slieve Mish Mountains overlooking Tralee town, is the place for all things equestrian in Kerry. Take a day trek and follow “the old bog trail” where tuft is still cut and harvested in the traditional manner to this day. Cross through the purple and yellow clad heather that is unique to such soils. Ride along country lanes traversing the bottom of the Slieve Mish before climbing through the legendary burial place of Queen Scotia. At the top enjoy panoramic views of Tralee Bay to the north, Killorglin (the home of Puck Fair) to the south as well as the tallest mountain range in Ireland, the Magillicuddy Reeks complete with “Molls Gap”. Ride across the hill overlooking the valley that is Tralee, looking up the coastline to North Kerry and all the way out to the sandbar of the Maharees.You may find yourself riding alongside the steam train into the old village of Blennerville with its picturesque windmill and waterfront.