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Pardelas Park is a natural recreative park, a leisure alternative well bounded up with nature. Situated only one kilometer off the village of Orzola, at this place the visitor can enjoy the flora and animals of this farm. There is also a children's...more
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Found this place by chance on a recent holiday in Lanzarote and it’s such a hidden gem, and not really advertised. When we went we were the only family there. Such a bargain too, 4.50 Euro per child gets them a big plastic tub (toy...More
What excellent value for money , it’s a little petting farm with goats , horses , donkeys, rabbits , ducks , a pig , chickens . When you arrive they give you a huge bucket of food for you to feed the animals , which...More
It was our last day today and I decided to go to Pardelas Park and Orzola. This is just amazing and the high point of our trip to Lanzarote. The scenery is absolutely amazing. It’s like the West Coast if US but completely unspoiled. It...More
What a delightful little place, adorable young couple serving simple lunches who are so charming we wanted to hug them!
As you go in you’ll be given a bucket of stale bread to feed the animals, gorgeous goats, friendly sheep, cute rabbits and happy little...More
It may have taken us two attempts to find the petting zoo but it was well worth the drive from Costa Teguise.
There were 6 of us in our party, myself, my husband, my parents and my two sons aged 3 and 1.
Power of trip advisor nowafays is you can find out about places like this before travelling, as would've only happened upon it by chance otherwise.
Had a lovely few hours here and kids enjoyed feeding the variety of animals and then playing with the clay...More
We visited again, drawn back by the magnetic appeal of this place. But why? Because it is simple, unsophistcated, rustic, rural, peaceful and inexpensive. For your money you get a bucket of food to feed the goats, donkeys, ducks, chickens and pigs. Then the children...More