The Pulai Equestrian Park lies on a surface area of 14 hectares only a few minutes from Lake Balaton, on the shared border of Balatonfőkajár and Balatonvilágos, at a distance of 90 kilometres from Budapest.

The complex – that can be accessed simply from motorway M7 - is looking forward to all hobby, starter, advanced-level and professional-level riders by its especially implemented facilities, outstanding in the attraction zone of the Hungarian Sea by its furnishing of exceptionally high quality, staff members with excellent professional background and in a friendly and homely environment. The implementation of the riding-school has concentrated on dressage riding which is also emphasised by the central position of the three, large-sized dressage riding rectangles on the area of the riding-school. The soil coverage of the four-season dressage riding rectangles is the first one in Hungary to have excellent-quality sand enriched by geo-textile, via an Austrian technology; this coverage plays an important part – in addition to improving the excellent results of the riders - in strengthening the muscles, joints, bones, general condition and preserving the health of the horses. The riding-school is open to anyone that loves horses, of course.

In the facility there are two stable wings including totally 32 stalls provided with windows, the half of which a paddock running into the open air belongs to each. Around the stables a smithery, a hoof washing place, horse solarium help caring for the horses professionally. The lovers of riding can exercise their passion in an open-air field provided with two automatic watering machines, night lighting with international qualification and if the weather is bad the covered course of 60x40 metres can be used as well. For the professional training on lunging rein, a circular paddock has been realised and walking machine is at the horses’ disposal.

An obstacle park suitable for military training purposes as well and a sand-covered racecourse are built on the area of the facility.

Several grazing fields provided with paddocks, drinking blows and lean-to, separated from each other by electric fencers, can be found on the area of the equestrian park that can be used all the year long; such fields contribute to a large extent to the more comfortable, natural and more free husbandry of the horses.