Stupe, City Livno

Livno offers one of its most prominent attractions in the form of semi-feral horses that inhabit the Krug plateau in close proximity to the town. We are referring to equine descendants that were previously utilized in agricultural practices, but were subsequently abandoned due to the emergence of contemporary mechanization. It is important to note that we are not discussing horses that were originally feral. Due to the lack of organized human care for nearly 50 years, these individuals traverse tens of kilometers daily to obtain sustenance and hydration. Despite harsh natural conditions, poaching, and wild animals, they have successfully survived and are now considered one of the most stunning attractions in the area. They are also legally protected. Based on 2015 data, the feral horse population was recorded at 418 individuals and has since experienced a steady increase, with current estimates nearing 1,000 individuals. The distance between the village of Stupe and the City of Livno is 4 kilometers.
Stone tombstones in the pine forest by the river Sturba
Lake Buško (Buško blato) is one of the largest artificial lakes in Europe
The three Livanja rivers Sturba, Bistrica and Žabljak with their sources
Semi-feral horses


Key contacts

Matej Bartulica
Sanela Popović

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Accommodation facilities

Gastronomic offer


Tradiconalni proizvodi


Hiking trails

The ten most beautiful trails for walking and hiking in the vicinity of Livno with basic information and photos.

Bicycle trails (marked)/bicycle rental

Continental Adventure
Contact: Marin Mamuza, phone: +38763496104

Fishing on the river

Fishing Society EUSOR Livno
Matej Bartulica
contact: +387 63 053 352

Horse riding

+387 63 316 756

Bird watching
Contact: Ante Perković,
Telefon: +387 63 429 722

Ranč „Crna stina“

Hoof trimming courses, horse rehabilitation center
Branko Popović: +387 63 237 371
Tihomir Popović: +387 63 316 756

Recommended tours/offers nearby

Beglučka (Lala-pašina, Mustafa-pašina, Beglek) mosque, building complex, in Livno

Church (Ledenica) with moving finds in Potočani, archaeological area, in Livno

Džumanuša (Sinan Čauševa or Džemanuša) mosque with harem, site and remains of the architectural complex, in Livno

Čurčinica mosque with harem, site and remains of the architectural complex, in Livno

Franciscan monastery Gorica, architectural complex, in Livno – (web page:

The Franciscan Museum and Gallery of Gorica Livno (FMGG) is a cultural institution that has been collecting, preserving and taking care of the rich cultural heritage of Livno and the wider area of Herceg-Bosnia County in Bosnia and Herzegovina for decades.

Museum Keepers of Antiquities; Address: Mejtefska bb, Livno; Mobile: +387 63 482 118; (The museum is full of old tools, clothes, shoes, decorations, dishes, photographs, old money, books, etc).

Cemetery of St. Ive, archaeological area, in Livno

Podvornice, archaeological area, in Lištani

Milošnik (Bušatlijina or Milosnik) mosque with harem, architectural complex, in Livno

Bridge on Duman, historical building, in Livno

Necropolis with tombstones Mramorje, historical area, in Grborezi

Pirijina (Smailagića) tower, historical building, in Livno

– Prehistoric “Great Fort”, archaeological area, in Vidoši

Rapovine, archaeological area, in Rapovine

Rešetarica with the remains of an early Christian basilica, two necropolises and movable heritage, archaeological area

Serbian Orthodox Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, together with movable property, historical building, in Livno

– Old town in Livno (Bistrica grad), historical area, in Livno

Vašarovine, archaeological area, in Priluka

Veliki and Mali Han, prehistoric tumulus and necropolis with tombstones, historical area, in Lištani

Zavra mosque, architectural complex, in Livno

Parish Church of the Immaculate Conception in Vidoši, historical building, in Vidoši

Key contacts

Matej Bartulica
Sanela Popović