Traditional Wine Village (Megalochori) Tour

Megalochori Tour

Explore this wonderful Megalochori village

Megalochori is one of the most traditional and preserved picturesque villages on the island.

Megalochori, a traditional village which is virtually untouched by tourism, offers to its guests’ unique experiences of picturesque landscapes and tradition, with the traditional taverns and the imposing arch of the church.

This village is a historic wine-producing village, famous on the island for its sweeping vineyards down to the sea. For centuries the ancients grew their grapes and harvested them in this authentic Santorini village. Leaving the stables,  we ride through the cobble streets of the picturesque village, with the stone dwellings and white-washed walls. We ride to the heart of Megalochori, allowing you to experience the everyday life of the traditional village our stables is set in.

The ride continues through the village into the surrounding vineyards where you will experience the beauty of the pristine countryside and the precious vines, and your instructor-guide will tell you about the history. During the ride commemorative photos will be taken of you and your horse, capturing your memorable experiences at all the best places.

Duration 1 hour30%
Cost 5530%
Comfort 100%
Riding equipment
We provide helmets and chaps, and we use western leather saddles or English Trail saddles.
Cold water is provided at the stables.
Free photos will be taken (using your phone/camera) to capture your unforgettable experience or upon request, a professional photographer can be hired.
Upon request for a modes extra fee we provide transportation to and from your hotel and the stables.

Children younger than 10 years old must ride with parental responsibility

Don't forget to wear comfortable pants or leggings and closed-toed shoes

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Did you know?

amazing facts about horses

Vocalizations are highly important to horses. Examples: Whinnying and neighing sounds are elicited when horses meet or leave each other. Stallions (adult male horses) perform loud roars as mating calls, and all horses will use snorts to alert others of potential danger.

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