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Parque Ornitologico Loro

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while away an hour

when at the coast its nice to have a walk somewhere cooler. This park is a pleasant place ( no... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Largestalanz
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Bingley
Cute Lemurs and a lot of parrots

An interesting parrot park with other animals as well. The Lemurs were super cute! Lovely cactus... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2018
NinaV_Travel
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Helsinki, Finland
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C/ Bikini s/n. Plaza Abderraman, Almunecar, Spain
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

when at the coast its nice to have a walk somewhere cooler. This park is a pleasant place ( no entry fee) to take a look at nature. there are hundreds of birds of all kind plus well tendered gardens. There are plenty of local...More

Thank Largestalanz
Reviewed 21 May 2018

An interesting parrot park with other animals as well. The Lemurs were super cute! Lovely cactus garden. Otherwise a good experience, but some of the birds looked very stressed out. The feathers were missing and they looked depressed.

Thank NinaV_Travel
Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

Small and simple bird-based park with a variety of interesting parrots. Also has Lemurs and Meerkats plus a Cactus garden. Lots of steps - no good for pushchairs or people who struggle on their feet. Guide book and information boards in both English and Spanish....More

Thank Chris B
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Went to this attraction as it was just 50metres from our hotel. Although advertised as a loro (parrot) park, it also had meerkats, lemurs, turtles and ducks. Not for the infirm, the park is carved into the hillside and some steep climbs can be expected....More

Thank Peter H
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

Visited during 2016 but wouldn't go again. Lots of birds with plucked feathers which I took as a sign of stress. A few other small animals looked fine but my lasting impression is of unhappy birds.

Thank ekykkc
Reviewed 11 July 2017

went there for the birds, who really are interesting (try to go in the evening, at dinner time) and found a nice bunch of lemurians and surricats

Thank Cristiana C
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

If you want to see diffrent kind of parrots, and plants here is the place. On the top is the Castle San Miguel.

Thank MarianaDenisa23
Reviewed 2 May 2017

This park has mostly birds in it but there are also a few animals such as meercats and ring tailed lemurs. If you have walking difficulties or problems with steps it is not the best place to go as there are lots of steps and...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2017

First, I am glad that I just paid the pensioner rate of €2 as I was round the place in less than half an hour. The cages for some of the birds seemed too small - especially for the peacocks. Warning signs up about not...More

Thank Jan P
Reviewed 9 April 2017

A very pretty park with a wide variety of Tropical birds in large cages. There are other animals like an enclosure for Ring Tailed Lemurs and Meercats. The main display is about twenty different bird closures with a large enclosure for Macaws (you will hear...More

Thank Graham B
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