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Casa Grande de Xanceda, Province of A Coruna
(5/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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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  • With or without kids is a great visit. Family business example of quality products, customer service and respect for the environment. €5 for the visit, including tasting of their products.
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  • We were with 2 and 4 year olds, the experience was fun and didactic: told us and we saw how an organic farm, we did eat animals, we brush them and we tasted their great products. The best without a doubt the guide was very good and give the bottle calves... something unforgettable. I recommend go in spring because in autumn makes quite cold and night falls very soon, especially if take the last pass of visit to them 16:30... by the others... great!
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  • We've had big boys and I is a visit not to be missed two hours superentretenidas and for the price (€5) is not expensive because then you give of tea as we don't buy products in the shop because everything was delicious I admire the granddaughter of the first owners continued with the idea of their grandparents. We did eat sheep goats, ponies and bottle calves learned as they milked cows and how is the process different products
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