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The most important reserve of Andalusian Horse, Carthusian lineage is located in the outskirts of Jerez de la Frontera. Visits are held every Saturday at 11.00. Guided tour + show in the main arena. Opened only Saturdays from March until November.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Carretera Medina | El Portal Km. 6,5. Finca Fuente del Suero, 11480 Jerez De La Frontera, Spain
We went to La Cartuja and also the Spanish riding school in Jerez.
The Riding School forbid cameras and video, was very formal in presentation and spectacle and the music was very loud. No info about the horses or visit to stables etc.
Nice tour, great show and gorgeous creature. It seems that on Saturday has special “open day”, show. You get a guided tour around the facility and afterwards there is a show. It’s something magical, so much grace! Even if you are not a horse lover...More
This is a national stud for Andalucían horses. The tour is very informative, though there is a lot of standing around in the sun. The horses are a delight and very approachable, and the show is very worth seeing. I particularly loved petting the foals....More
Absolutely stunning, the highlight of my visit to Jerez. First was the tour around the grounds and stables. It was very interesting and informative but it's also a chance to pet some of the horses in their stables and to see some youngsters in a...More
We spent a great time at Yeguada de la Cartuja. The guided visit of the impresive infrastructure was very interesting. We learned a lot about the history of those horses. Also the presentation after the tour was exciting. Especially the free runing horses and the...More
We have visited many times and it just gets better. Lots of fun, very informative if you aren't horsey, but if you are lots to more to admire. New this time is a chap that works his horse from the ground and then takes his...More
Trip advisor needs to display this show as this is a great venue. This is an actual ranch with a venue that starts out talking about the history of the Andalusian horse and the breeding of the thoroughbred. Then you get to walk through all...More
Date of experience: June 2017
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A wonderful tour with a knowledgable and entertaining guide. I have never seen such a large collective group of calm horses. Stallions hanging over their stable doors for a hug and joint selfies. Not a nibble or a head shake to be seen. Mares and...More
A wonderful opportunity to see how these magnificent thoroughbred horses are bred and cared for. After the tour of the stables, you are treated to a performance where the trainers demonstrate their skill in controlling and training these beautiful creatures. I learned a lot about...More