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You cannot imagine how beneficial the contact with nature and animals is for our children. For them, spending a day outdoors and surrounded by nature is an excellent medicine and a powerful learning tool: it improves health, attention span, motor and cognitive development, autonomy, security, acquisition of values…

In Can Sala you have the opportunity to offer your children a fantastic and very beneficial experience. You have the option to come and visit the farm, or also to stay for lunch and spend a full day.

VISIT  CAN SALA

From 10 am to 1.30 pm

(entrance before 12 noon)

Throughout the morning you can visit and meet all our animals.
The youngest ones can ride a pony, go for a stroll in a carriage (accompanied by only an adult) and enter the toca-toca, where you can play and pamper the smallest animals.

On the terrace, we offer you a bar service.

Prize: 6 € (adults) and 10 €

(children from 2 to 14 years old).

Includes:
  • 2 laps on pony and 1 in a carriage. Each extra lap on pony: 2 €.

  • Children under 2 years old don’t pay for entrance, but if they want to ride a pony or go in a carriage they can pay a 2 € extra charge.

VISIT + DINNER

From 11 am to 6 pm

You can visit and meet all our animals.
The youngest ones can ride a pony, go for a stroll in a carriage (accompanied by only an adult) and enter the toca-toca.
On the terrace, we offer you a bar service.
Restaurant service with prior reservation.
If adults prefer, we have instructors service. We take care of the children while you are eating calmly.

Do you want more information?

Prices for spending the day, including lunch:

  • Adults: 29 € (menu)
  • Children: 19 €
  • Junior: 21 €
  • Groups: more than 10 adults, 27 € (group menu)

Learn about our animals

Farm animals

Hens

Watch the males. Do you see they have some great spurs on the legs? They are bone concretions that they have in the tarsus and are used to defend themselves.

Horses

Did you know the arches used in stringed instruments are often made from the hair of the horses’ mane?

Vietnamese pigs

If you think it can become a good pet… come to see how large and heavy these pigs can be! A house is not a good place for them!
Sheep – Do you know who Dolly the sheep was? Have you heard about cloning? Come and we will explain it to you!

Goats

Domesticated about 10,000 years ago, goat’s milk was the first one we drank and it is more digestible than the cow’s one!

Cabras

Domesticadas hace unos 10.000 años, la leche de cabra fue la primera que consumimos ¡y es más digerible que la de la vaca!

Catalan donkey

Used as a draught animal thanks to its robust complexion, it was about to disappear due to the introduction of field machinery. It would have been a great loss!

Pheasants

They present great sexual dimorphism: the female has brown colour and the male is the most colourful!

Rabbits

Did you know that Hispania means “land of rabbits”? You can already imagine how many savages there were!

Exotic Animals

Cockatiels

From Australia, they don’t build nests to raise their chicks: they do it in natural holes that they find in the trees!

 

Macaws

Young specimens present grey-coloured iris, whereas the adults’ are yellow.

 

Florida Turtles

Males have longer nails and a larger tail. But the larger specimens are the females! Do you want to know the reason?

Wild Animals

Emús

VThey come from Australia and lay some strange eggs: they are green!

 

Zebras

Come and we will explain to you the different theories that try to explain why zebras have stripes!

Porcupines

Come to meet one of the largest rodents in the world! Did you know that its quills are modified hairs?

 

Fallow Deer

Only males have horns: they fall when the mating season is over and they grow again to be ready for the next year!

 

Ostriches

Originate in Africa, it’s a runner’s bird. Did you know that they can reach 80 km/h?

Inside the farm we have a closed area where you can touch and pamper the most kind and soft animals, such as rabbits. And where the little goats live you can also enter, touch them and bottle-feed the youngest ones.

Come to discover Can Sala.
We wait for you!

OPENING HOURS
Monday to Friday
(grups & schools)
:
9:00–18:00

Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
(restaurant)
:
10:30–19:00

CAN SALA
Carrer de Mariana Pineda, 1,
08170
Montornès del Vallès,
Barcelona
Telèfon: 935 68 34 85

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