Le Ranch des Marais
Noves - Riding school
The ranch has nine horses and eight ponies.
*Activities: workshops, training, horse rental, horse boarding, horseback riding and trekking, horse therapy, traditional Provençal riding* Facilities: meadow, paddock, round pen, eight boxes.
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
Information provided by OT Noves
Les Paluds de Noves
Route De Saint Rémy
- 04 90 95 05 24
Where to stay
Country house for rent. Walks, equestrian centre, activities nearby. Fitted kitchen Dining room 3 bedrooms Laundry. Linen rental Above ground teak pool 5.60 x 3.6 Private courtyard barbecue and pizza oven Shaded terrace Dishwasher Washing machine. Private parking.
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Things to do
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