Parque Biologico da Serra da Lousa, Miranda do Corvo
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Parque Biologico da Serra da Lousa is located in Miranda do Corvo. Plan to visit Parque Biologico da Serra da Lousa and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Miranda do Corvo attractions using our Miranda do Corvo family vacation planner.
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  • Park animal recovery and protection of species. Has, among other animals, two bears and Iberian lynx. I haven't seen the Wolf (s). At the beginning of the Park, there is a Museum (for the entire area of the mountain, since ancient times to the 20th century, although something intensive), and a park with domestic animals (pigs, pigeons, ducks).
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  • An excellent place to visit with or without children. Great example of integration of social protection values and nature. The animals are well cared for and in the appropriate spaces, the Park is very well maintained and signposted. The Farm allows children a closer contact with domestic animals (there was an attendant that even took my son up to give parties to the horse) and the wildlife part allows to see them in a habitat as natural as possible. The entire staff is friendly and it's everywhere, keep the arranged Park. Bears, deer, wolves, Lynx, and yes even llamas there! Not far from Lisbon, the hotel allows you to take advantage of very well the weekend!
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  • Was recommended the arrival at the hotel. With the kids we decided to venture out. ... And it was fantastic. Note: buy the corn to feed the animals. Kids love. Early in the Museum Park and a place to visit. A small museum but that shows all the origin of humanity. Very well done. After the fifth of domestic animals (unsuitable for those who pass wrong with smells) but with vital importance to children. Here we can feed the goats. After the gardens with fruit trees, where a labyrinth makes the delight of the young and also the parents. Then the wild animals, where the bears, Lynx, and wolves have a prominent position. A fantastic ride. Take comfortable clothing and sneakers. The terrain and a little difficult. It was a day of a lot of learning and a lot of fun. Recommend.
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