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Discover South Zealand and Møn on horseback

Photo: Feddet Strand Resort

Go riding in The South Coast of Denmark and discover the area’s beautiful nature from horseback. On this page, we have collected some suggestions for riding experiences in South Zealand and on Møn, in which the whole family can safely participate. 

Experience nature from horseback

Being carried through the peaceful woods on horseback, along the beaches and cliffs, is an experience for both the body and soul. You can get that experience along sections of the 48 km nature path Fodsporet, The Footprint Trail, which runs between Næstved and Slagelse. 

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Møns Islænder Center
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Møns Islænder Center

Møn's Islænder Center offers horse riding in the fantastic scenic nature at Møn!

Experience the beautiful scenery that surrounds Møns Klint and not least the cliff itself from horseback. Møns Islænde...

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Guldhest
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Guldhest

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Askov Ridecenter
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Askov Ridecenter

The fee for riding instruction on a large horse is DKr. 485. - per month for one hour weekly. Riding instruction on a pony costs DKr. 400. - per month for one hour weekly.

We offer many forms of instru...

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Suså Hestesportcenter Højagergaard
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Suså Hestesportcenter Højagergaard

Horses can be hired without a guide for riding in private areas.
Tours with a guide can be arranged.

Riding classes for children and adults in all ages. Exercise, great atmosphere, competition. 

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Høhotel Stensbygaard
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Høhotel Stensbygaard

Stensbygaard byder ryttere med egen hest/pony velkommen på Stensbygaard Høhotel

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Wild horses

Vilde Heste Sydsjælland og Møn

Photo:Per Rasmussen

The small, uninhabited islands of Lilleø and Tærø between Bodø, Zealand and Møn are home to beautiful wild horses that live here without human contact, as well as the humans who arrive by boat, canoe or kayak for a glimpse of the breathtaking animals. Approx. 40 wild horses live on the two islands, where they have lived since the 1960s. When the tide is low, they cross the water between the islands, and it’s a beautiful sight to see from the water!

It is also possible to see 10 beautiful wild horses by Ulvshale on Møn. The horses were moved from Langeland to Møn in 2018 in an attempt to establish effective countryside maintenance.

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