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Casa Grande de Xanceda, Province of A Coruna
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Casa Grande de Xanceda is located in Province of A Coruna. By using our Sobrado trip itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Casa Grande de Xanceda and other attractions in Sobrado.
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Llevábamos tiempo queriendo ir y por fin nos pusimos toros de acuerdo. Éramos un grupo grande de adultos y niños de entre 3 y 7 años y la visita nos encantó a todos. Los niños disfrutaron mucho mientr... read more »We have been wanting to go for time and finally we got agreement bulls. We were a large group of adults and children aged 3 to 7 years and the visit we loved everyone. The children enjoyed while they were learning a lot and as a snack tasting of products from the farm that were real good. They have a small playground very original and as kids dads enjoyed what we did purchase...show original
Fuimos dos parejas con dos niños, una de una añito y otro de 2 años y los dos se lo pasaron en grande....y los mayores también, je je. Estuvimos casi dos horas haciendo el recorrido por toda la granja... read more »We were two couples with two children, one a year and another 2 years and the two spent so big... and adults also, je je. We were nearly two hours doing the whole farm tour: giving the type to the terneritos, food to hens and ponies, sheep and goats leaping... seeing milking cows... in short, a great and fun experience. I don't want to forget to mention the patience and good work of Bea, who accompanied us throughout the tour. Real 100% recommended, we repeat insuranceshow original
Nos ha encantado la experiencia, ya que es ideal para ir con niños. La charla es muy amena, y luego, les dejan estar en contacto con los animales (vaquitas, terneros, cabras, ovejas, burros...), dándo... read more »Experience, helpful since it is ideal to go with children. Talk is very pleasant, and then let them come into contact with animals (donkeys, cows, goats, sheep, calves...), feeding them... They do very well prepared and it certainly is worth the displacement.show original
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