Just in case anyone was hoping to ride here. My daughter and I sort of make it a ritual that wherever we travel we try some local horse riding.. Big Mistake here...they have only 2 horses but only ONE riding hat. Should there be an accident your holiday insurance will not cover you in the event of not wearing one..be warned.
We both went to reception to book a ride in the late afternoon to be told it was "one person at a time" It then ended up with myself being led like a 3 year old as there was no hat for me while my daughter was then unable to ride more than a walking pace to keep up with myself and the young boy leading me around!!!
So you have to wait for the rider with the hat to return and then pass the hat to you before you can ride. What a joke. Very bad, we have ridden in the Caribbean with excellent safety measures, even in Cuba where equipment is difficult to obtain.
This should not be advertised in the brochures as horse riding, merely "pony rides on the rather scruffy beach"