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Of April in the All Saints' Day, during the holidays, come to get acquainted with donkeys in panties of the Ile de Re.
Regis Leau propose strolls with hogback in the wooded park of Barbette, close to the port of Saint-Martin de Re. Discover his...more
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| Parc de la Barbette, 17410 Saint Martin de Re, Ile de Re, France
My six year old daughter loved her donkey ride with Ulysses (the donkey in the pyjamas)! Esp as I got given the reigns and the donkey made a beeline for all the weeds! Left my daughters cycle helmet there as we went there by bike...More
Even with teenagers, we still visit the donkeys wearing trousers at least twice during our yearly stay on the Ile de Ré. The kids love to have a ride around the circuit for 3euros, was 2 euros and we always take a photo or 3...More
So the story is they are adapted to working in salty water and their hair and pyjamas protect them from the worst of the salt.... See them outside the walls of St Martin de Re on the wonderful Ile de Re. 8 euros on the...More
3 euro's for a 5 minute rode. Great fun for the kids ( and the parents)! Not a big price if you think about everything a donky needs. Nice ride in the park. Good that you can take your time and may handle the donky...More
We stumbled upon the donkeys in pants and were not disappointed. The staff are just delightful, and the donkeys seem well taken care of.
They are so docile, and I had no concerns about my kids riding them. It was reasonably priced and was a...More
They are in the field at night which is lovely to see,minus their trousers.
The only thing for us was that they are very mattered and it must be very uncomfortable for them generally let alone being ridden.
The history behind this was interesting and...More
Grandchildren loved their donkey rides. We had already googled the special breed and history. Yes they looked 'scruffy' but that was their breed :) Kiddies were thrilled with their 'trousers ' !! (We loved them too...)