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Costas' Horse Riding

Costas Horses along the beach

For twenty years, Costas has been running guided horse-riding treks from Roda throughout the whole of the holiday season. With forty calm and well-trained horses there is something for all ages and all levels of ability.The perfect holiday activity for the whole family, Costas offers safe, supervised rides with full insurance, hard hats and complimentary drinks en route. For those staying in the north of Corfu, Costas provides free transfer for anyone staying in Acharavi, Roda and Sidari and even Arillas or Kassiopi at a small extra charge.

Costas Horses through the olive groves

You can find Costa’s Horses in a shady olive grove by the sea, right on the edge of Roda just two minutes walk from the Afroditi Hotel and local bus stop. The two hour rides begin four times every day and set off across the wild headland and along Roda’s lanes & tracks towards the beach at Agnos.

The trail affords riders some magnificent views of the Albanian mainland, Astrakeri harbour and the island of Erikoussa before turning back inland through open meadows to stop for a cool and refreshing drink. Retracing the same route brings riders back to the olive grove where photographs are available to record a wonderful time spent with Costa’s Horses.

Costas Horses ready to go

Depending on daylight hours, Costa’s daily treks set off at 09:00, 11:00, 17:00 & 19:00 and it is recommended that all riders wear long trousers and either flat shoes or trainers.

The charge for each rider is €18 and children under the age of four ride free.

Horse riding from Roda is a very popular activity and it is always advisable to book your trek at least one day in advance. You can do this in person by walking up to the olive grove when the treks are just leaving. Alternatively, you can ring Costas on 694 416 0011 if using a local telephone, or by prefixing this number with 0030 if using your own mobile telephone.

Ring 'Costas Horses' to book your ride
(0030) 694 416 0011

Costas Horses mounting up