Antequera Lobo Park was built with the idea of preserving the flora and fauna in a unique natural area in the world. It’s a park that covers a surface of approximately 100.000 squared kilometres where the wolves live in packs naturally without too much human intervention. The wolves are treated specially so that they tolerate the presence of humans around but without having to renounce their own animal hierarchy.
If you enjoy walking around in a natural environment and amongst animals, you’ll certainly enjoy Antequera’s Wolfpark, a park where the wolves live in semi freedom and where you’ll be able to see them in their natural habitat. This park also offers dinners and guided visits around the park on weekends between May and October on the days of full moon, called ‘howling night’, an activity that is carried out from 19:30 until midnight, where we’ll hear the howling of the wolves communicating between them and we’ll discover a bit more about this animal. It’s a magical place specially if we choose to visit it on a clear night with a sky full of stars under the light of a full moon.
The park carries out guided routes several times a day with explanations in English, Spanish and German.
Wolfpark is situated on a great plot of land near the Sierra Chimenea and is the only theme park about the wolf in Andalusia. It hosts polar wolves, iberian wolves, Timber and European wolves. The area has a cafe with a terrace, a farm-school and Spanish horse rentals with which one can do a guided route on a horse ride around the park or take horse riding lessons, it’s a peaceful place where one can enjoy a wonderful day in the nature.
Brought in from the forests of Canada, and they can be distinguished due to their different colour.
They are very easy to distinguish and its natural habitat is the polar atmosphere of the Alaskan tundra.
A species that still survives in countries like Russia, Poland and Rumania.
Native wolves of the Iberian peninsula that currently has around 2500 of these in the wild.
The guided routes tend to pass by a viewpoint from where one can observe the wolves in premises adapted to them where we’ll be able to even see them playing and resting.
This farm-school is ideal for the kids who will be able to learn at the same time they enjoy the presence of animals, both domestic as well typical farm animals. The children will learn where the milk and the cheese come from, the life of a fox, how the wool is used to make a jumper....and many other things.
GPS coordinates: N 36°59’7.29” – W 4°37’15.27”
Address: Carretera Antequera-Álora (A343), km. 16, P.O. Box 244
Postal Code : 29200
Telephone nº1: 952031107 Telephone nº2: 666207377 Fax: 952031015
Open all year round from 10 am right through till 6 pm (Except on the 25th of December and the 1st of January)
Guided routes to see the wolves:
Mon-Fri: 11:00, 13:00, 15:00 y 16:30
Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays: 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00 y 16:30
Prices for the guided route:
Children (3-12 years old) 7,00€