Equestrian Tourism

Tiliguerta sustains low impact mobility that promotes knowledge of the local area through a wonderful creature: the horse.

The ‘Al Faro’ equestrian centre is located just 500 metres from Tiliguerta, offering many different activities.


Introduction to horse riding for adults and children of one-hour’s duration to learn the theory and practice of English riding.

SPECIAL OFFER FOR CHILDREN! Lessons, excursions and ‘baptism of the saddle’ on ponies – horses of small stature, always perfect with children, are the centre’s pride and joy. Children can choose half-hour or hour lessons, depending on age and ability. For younger children, the excitement of the ‘baptism of the saddle’ consists of an introduction to and a few laps in the saddle of the pony, led by hand by qualified and experienced teachers. In addition to horses, children will see that many other animals live in the equestrian centre too such as calves, donkeys, cats, dogs and hens.

DEDICATED TO PASSIONATE EXPERTSHorse riding outside the centre for one or more hours are available for safety reasons only to experienced riders and those possessing a riding qualification provided by various organisations such as the Italian National Sports Team, ENGEA (National Body of Environmental Equestrian Guides), FISE (Italian Federation of Equestrian Sports), SELFITALIA etc.

Please note that lessons and excursions for adults, subject to any changes, may only be attended by up to 4 or 5 persons at one time. Activities for children may accommodate up to 2 children at one time.

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