Ride on the Bjäre Peninsula

Båstad & Bjäre Peninsula offers fantastic nature with views beyond the ordinary. There are several paths and roads to ride on. The horse farms are many and the interest in horses and riding is great.  

A 14 km long recreational route between Förslöv and Båstad with gravel paved riding road at the edge.

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Bjärehalvön's largest riding club that annually arranges the appreciated Båstad Horse Show. Also rent out boxes.

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In our horse shop online, you will find an assortment for horses and riders in jumping, dressage and field competition.

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Tyga gård has its own riding arena, stables, transport by its own horse bus and riding arena.

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Offers tour riding in a fantastic environment on Icelandic Horse.

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Learning with Horses offers team building, leadership development and training programs - with horses as teachers! Our customers include both companies and management teams, but also schools, treatment homes and parents of children who need help to strengthen their self-esteem and train their abilities. All exercises are done from the ground - no riding. Learning with horses is based on the beautiful Bjäre Peninsula, a stone's throw from Båstad's village center, but collaborates with riding schools and clients all over the country. Read more at www.laramedhastar.se

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