You will have an authentic local experience of the life within an equine sanctuary that support sustainable, ethical, community-based tourism. We will share half-day with our 76 rescued donkeys and mules and our local staff and volunteers, learning a lot about the behaviour and care of equines and you will have the chance to even help us in rehabilitating them! We'll start the day with a tour in our Sanctuary, stop for a delicious Andalusian breakfast (coffee and mollete with ecological olive oil and tomatoes) and later we'll continue accompanying the staff to do the cures and give medicines, prepare special diets and feed donkeys. Finally, we'll participate in a positive training session to rehab scared or traumatized donkeys and mules.
Meet the donkeys
These 88 donkey and mule rescues are looking for love and affection. They love being fed, groomed, and hugged, and enjoy spending their free time bonding with humans. They’re friendly creatures looking for a second chance, and can’t wait to meet you.
El Refugio del Burrito
Our mision is to transform the quality of life for donkeys, mules and people in Spain through greater understanding, collaboration and support, and by promoting lasting, mutually life-enhancing relationships. The objectives of El Refugio del Burrito are the provision of care, protection and permanent security for donkeys and mules which are in need due to abandonment, mistreatment or neglect
此為社會公益體驗，您參加體驗所支付的費用會全數捐給El Refugio del Burrito。
Andalusian breakfast Coffe or tea, juice and organic fresh tomato and olive oil toasts
Security shoes, waistcoat For health and safety reasons, to enter into the paddocks you need our security equipment
We are based in Fuente de Piedra, close to the second biggest natural reserve of Flamingos in Europe. Our traditional Spanish cortijo (farm), complete with a charming olive grove and traditional buildings, has been turned into a safe haven for donkeys and mules rescued from across Europe.
最多10人參加，年齡須滿3歲。家長可攜帶2歲以下兒童參加。 Please bring comfortable clothes and shoes and suncream
Transport must be organised by yourself, although we can pick you up and drop you to the closest train or bus stations (Fuente de Piedra or Antequera-Santa Ana) for a small supplement.
A day among donkeys