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Quinta das Palmeiras is a botanical mini -zoo and mini - garden, which offers its visitors some bird species and a variety of lush plants in a covered area of 5380 m2 . This Thursday generates a sudden patch of green in a dry area west of the...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Estrada das Pedras Vermelhas | Sitío dos Linhares, Porto Santo Island 9400-235, Portugal
Visited this little place twice now. It’s a difficult place to review depending on your opinion of keeping birds etc captive.
The flora and fauna are fascinating and mostly labelled.
The birds all seem well kept and looked after. The two that steal the show...More
We spent about an hour here as part of our jeep safari. A lovely little oasis. A few birds, koi fish and the stars are two parrots who are not caged but sadly chained to a post ( a little saddening ). A tranquil place...More
You may only spend an hour here but for three Euros it's a nice way to spend the time.
There's a huge collection of birds here, some of which we suspect are rescue birds (hurray) and a huge family of peacocks. You won't spend the...More
I love animals so I was excited to visit. Upon arrival it was very quiet with only a few others around. The place itself is small as expected and has some lovely birds there. However both the macaw near the cafe and the VIP parrot...More
Brilliant visit here.
Lots of birds to see. Very well kept grounds, friendly staff. Would recommend to anyone who had never been. Doesn't take long to get around, probably about an hour but it's worth a visit.
Although a lot of the planting schemes came from far and wide such as South Africa, the overall effect was a lovely English Country garden. The trial we followed was just enough on a warm/hot afternoon.
Found this place on the TripAdvisor while driving around Porto Santo and without big expectations decided to give it a try. What a surprise it was to see that well-maintained oasis on the sun-burnt Porto Santo. It is hard to imagine how many years and...More