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Hacienda dos Olivos, nr Seville, Andalusia 

Hacienda dos Olivos, nr Seville, Andalusia
Hacienda Dos Olivos is a typical Spanish country house in the beautiful and seductive heart of Andalusia, Southern Spain, 30kms west of Sevilla. Set in gently undulating hills of olive, orange and almond trees on the ancient route to the pilgrim�s town of El Rocio. Accommodation for guests is provided in �La Casita II�, a typical Spanish cottage contained within the walls of the main house, with tranquil views over the olive orchard and riding arena.

The Hacienda dos Olivos offers in depth Classical Riding and Theory lessons of the Art and Communication with Andalucian horses i.e. 'Riding With Harmony' or 'The Feel Of Horses'. The Hacienda also offers 'Vaquoero Riding', the style of riding used when working with the fighting bulls, including sidesaddle option for women, and 'Presenting A Horse In Hand' lessons.

If you have any questions about the riding before you arrive, please contact direct: info@haciendadosolivos.es
or call Johanna Beattie Batista +34 955 750 562 or Mobiles: +34 639 603 096

  • Trail rides and hacks
  • Dressage
  • Learn to ride
    Hotel Facilities:
  • Side-saddle riding
  • Classical dressage
  • Private swimming pool with BBQ
  • Close to Do�ana National Park
  • 30 mins to Costa de la Luz beaches
  • Close to Yeguada La Cartuja, the oldest Spanish Horse stud
  • Golf nearby
  • Hacks out at neighbouring yard
  • Free internet & parking
Rider's ratingReviewName
"Horrible trip - horses are at a very low level, when it rained, the horse lessons have to be paid without riding... riding trip for 1 hour only in walking costs 60.... country house is old, no warm water, the level ist like a youth hostel... TOTAL FRAUD FOR THAT PRICE; we were totally disappointed, so much money for so much anger :-(" Katrin
"It was a wonderful stay at Dos Olivos. The food was fantastic. I wanted to better my seat and position. Most of all I wanted to become aware of what the horse was feeling. And thats the information I got. The horses were exceptionally well looked after and even though they were stallions, they were let out into huge paddocks every day. I don't why this person is complaining as these people seemed to be very honest and above all looked after their horses very well" Katrina
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