Horseback riding on Lambi provides a guided tour lasting 1 to 1.5 hours along sandy trails, salt lakes, and beaches in the area, offering the opportunity to swim alongside the horses.
This activity caters to riders of varying skill levels, ranging from novices to experts. Introductory horseback riding sessions are accessible for beginners, while those with more experience can opt for a more demanding route with opportunities to trot and gallop. Participants may also swim alongside the horses and even try riding bareback.
Experienced guides, well-versed in horse handling and knowledgeable about the route, conduct the tours. Throughout the journey, participants will delight in stunning vistas of Alikes Salt Lake, pristine white sandy beaches, Pserimos Island, and Bodrum, Turkey.
The rides cater to families with children as young as 4 years old. For younger riders, ponies are provided, with proficient instructors available for assistance.
Children can additionally take pleasure in the mini zoo located at the horse ranch. Here, they can interact with various animals including deer, sheep, emus, ducks, geese, rabbits, chickens, and fish.
|📅 Tour Days:
|⏱️ Tour Hours:
|Morning, Daytime, Sunset
|Training service, Helmet, Safety vest
|Alikes Salt Lake, Beach ride, Swimming with horses
In 2024, the costs for horseback riding on Lambi vary from €35 to €90, contingent upon the duration of the tour. The fees cover the training service, safety gear, and the overall riding experience.
|Swimming / with horses (morning)
|Swimming / with horses (sunset)
For those new to horseback riding, a 1-hour ride is the perfect tour for a memorable experience. This ride covers a distance of 7 kilometers. There are 3 sessions – morning, daytime, or at sunset. During this tour, you will enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Horseback Riding for Experienced Riders
For experienced riders, a 1-hour ride at sunset covering a distance of 8 kilometers is an excellent choice. This route is more challenging than the beginner ride. You can trot and enjoy a ride along the sea.
Swimming with the Horse
For more experienced riders, a 1.5-hour ride in the morning or at sunset provides the opportunity to canter and swim with the horse.
During the ride, you will experience the freedom and joy of riding at a faster pace. You can also take a refreshing dip in the sea with your horse.
Riding Without a Saddle
If you have a lot of experience in horseback riding, riding without a saddle is for you. This tour lasts 1 hour and offers great freedom and connection with the horse.
You will ride without a saddle, allowing you to feel every movement of your horse. Additionally, you will swim with your horse, adding extra excitement to the experience.
The cost of horseback riding on Lambi ranges between €35 and €90 per person in 2024.
No, you do not need experience with horseback riding to participate in horseback riding.
Tours are available for all levels of riders. A 1-hour ride is perfect for beginners. Previous experience may be required for more advanced rides.
Children are more than welcome to participate in horseback riding tours with their parents. In fact, the rides are a perfect family activity to do together.
To ensure even the youngest riders feel comfortable and safe, ponies are available for them to ride. Ponies in the stables by the salt lake are friendly and well-trained. It’s easy for children to learn and enjoy the experience.
Yes, absolutely! If someone in your group does not want to participate in horseback riding, they are still welcome to visit the stables by the salt lake. They can explore the mini zoo, the beautiful natural area, and have some drinks or snacks in the café while waiting for the safari to end.
It’s best to wear long pants and sneakers. If you don’t have sneakers, the stables by the salt lake provide riding boots for your comfort.
Yes, horseback riding on the island of Lambi is safe for all ages. Tours are led by experienced guides who prioritize the safety of their guests and horses.
All riders are provided with helmets and instructions on how to handle and ride the horses. Children are given protective vests for additional safety.
Bring good sunscreen, as the hills and coastline can be quite sunny. It’s a good idea to bring bottles of water. You can leave your bags at the stables by the salt lake until you return.
The weight limit to ride a horse is 100 kilograms. Pony rides are available for children.
At the farm, the team reserves the right to refuse someone to ride without refund if they believe that the safety of others and the horses could be compromised at any time. The ranch team on the island of Lambi assesses riders based on their skill, age, and weight to find the most suitable horse or pony for them.