Lipica – the cradle of white horses

    Lipica – the cradle of white horses

    The home of the noble white horses is Lipica in the Karst. They have been continuously bred since 1580.

    Lipica will take your breath away with its vast pastures and meadows, oak groves, tree-lined avenues, and white fences within which the Lipizzaner horses are on pasture. These stunning white horses have been bred at the stud farm for more than 400 years.

    Galloping Lipizzaner

    The Lipizzaner is a breed reared in Lipica, known for its lively temperament and elegance. They are teachable, suitable for carrying out classic dressage elements and all forms of equestrian activities with a saddle or in a harness.

    If you’re a fan of horses and riding, make sure to visit Lipica.

    Events in Lipica

    The Lipica Stud Farm is the oldest stud farm in Europe.

    You can see shows and classical riding training lessons, walk around the estate, go on a horse riding tour, or get a carriage ride through the green meadows. There’s also a world-class golf course in the immediate vicinity.

    A family visit to the Lipica Stud Farm

    The Lipica Stud Farm is the oldest stud farm in Europe.

    The Lipizzaner is one of Slovenia’s symbols. Its image can be found on the Slovenian 20 cent Euro coin.