Guided tour

Jerez: Yeguada de la Cartuja Carthusian Horses Tour

Jerez: Yeguada de la Cartuja Carthusian Horses Tour

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Visit the Yeguada de la Cartuja stud farm near Jerez and discover one of the world’s most important reserves of prestige thoroughbred Andalusian horses on a 2.5-hour guided tour of the finca. See dressage shows, running stallions, young foals and more.

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Duration 2.5 hours
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Spanish, English, German
Wheelchair accessible


  • Visit the Yeguada de la Cartuja stud farm near Jerez
  • Learn the history of the Andalusian horses and their Carthusian lineage in different stages of their lives
  • Enjoy a guided tour of the farm to see free running colts, mares and stallions
  • Watch a dressage exhibition and see this year's foals
Full description
Head to the historic state of Fuente del Suero in Andalusia to see the world’s best known stock of Cartujano horses. From ancient times, these noble beasts played an important role in Spanish culture, and the Yeguada de la Cartuja stud farm, next to the Monastery of La Cartuja, is the perfect location to breed them, thanks to the climate and fertile lands. The region was made famous when the Carthusian Monastery became the undisputed center for breeding Jerezano horses in the 15th century. The tradition has continued uninterrupted to this day, and the stud farm boasts more than 200 of the thoroughbreds. You will taken on a guided tour of the farm to learn about its dedication to the preservation and improvement of the Cartujano breed. See free running colts and mares, free running stallions, a dressage exhibition, the current batch of foals, and more Watch the grace and power of the prestige breed, and discover why they are the national pride of Spain.
  • Guided tour
  • Exhibitions
  • Food and drink
  • Transportation to the farm
  • Horse riding
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

Finca Fuente del Suero, Yeguada de la Cartuja ticket office.

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What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Comfortable clothes
  • Face mask or protective covering

Not allowed

  • Pets (assistance dogs allowed)
  • Video recording
  • Pets

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  •  Comfortable shoes and clothing is recommended
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Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 410 reviews

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A must for every horse lover. An ideal program available in the most popular European languages, tour of the stables and training performance. Great music, wonderful animals, even moderately interested children somehow managed, although the guided tours around the stables and the breeding planning facilities were beyond their patience :)

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12 August 2021

Nice that these horses still exist.

If you come there to see dressage demonstrations, you are in the wrong place. There are a few, but the preservation of this noble breed comes first. Wonderful animals are shown which form the basis of today's PRE's. We now own 10 PRE's and are very proud of them because they also have a noble character, but I have to admit that a pure Cartujano is still something special. Just the idea that the cornerstone of a wonderful horse breed was laid there at the end of the 15th century is moving.

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25 September 2016


This was the highlight of my weeks holiday. I expected to love it as I adore horses but even my husband agreed it was our best day out. The place is a little way out but I would tell everyone not to be put off by this. We went in a taxi and they phoned one for us at the end of the show. It lasts 2 hours and is just fabulous,all of it,with hands on horses to the show itself. The staff were lovely and the English guide,Viv was excellent. The only sad thing is I will probably never go again but I will never forget that day and the beautiful horses.

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11 September 2016

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