A coach is originally a large, usually closed, four-wheeled carriage with two or more horses harnessed as a team, controlled by a coachman. The first carriage that was seen in the Iberian Peninsula was around 1546, according to Mendes Silva in his book called Real Catálogo de España. Nowadays it is still used for its great beauty for celebrations, weddings, funfairs, pilgrimages, etc.
Artequus offers a tour in horse-drawn carriages through the countryside of Alhaurin de la Torre, where you can enjoy the wonderful spots and beautiful views. Our carriage is pulled by 2 beautiful chestnut horses (pair of horses), with the possibility of increasing to 3 (unicorn) or 4 horses (four-in-hand). Those names in brackets reflect the numbers and arrangement of horses in the carriage.
It is a romantic experience in Malaga perfect for couples, families and friends. We will make a tour in which if you decide where and when to stop to take some pictures or to eat or drink something in a bar in the nearby area.
Our horse-drawn carriages are also available for weddings or any other celebration. Ask without obligation and we will adapt to meet your needs. We have different types of coaches.
HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGE ROUTES AT SUNSET IN MALAGA
A few days ago we made a nice tour with a tourist family from Peru, in which their precious little girl could enjoy the landscape and the love of the horses. The walk lasted about two hours and we saw how the sun was setting while we listened to the sound of the hooves of our horses. It was a truly magical moment. When they arrived at our equestrian centre, they visited our stables and riding arenas. They went in depth into the world of horses and enjoyed the company of our equines from very close.