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Animals Parks in Ibiza

While there are no real zoos in Ibiza there are two small animal parks (Cam Munson, es Puig de Can Maymó) where you see and feed some farm favorites, like rabbits, goats, and pigs.

Even though the options in Ibiza are more country quaint than city big, they do offer a nice thing to do with kids when visiting the island.

Finca Cam Munson

While mostly known as an ecological farm and a great place for smoothies, fresh eggs, homegrown fruits, and vegetables; they also have an animal feeding area.

For 6€, you’ll be provided with food to feed the farm animals which include rabbits, goats, pigs, and turkeys. At times they also offer pony rides too.

Picture Gallery

Below you can see photos of the goat feeding area at Finca Can Munson.

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es Puig de Can Maymó

Adjacent to the Bodega Can Maymo you find their small animal farm that includes miniature pigs, goats, and birds such as peacocks, pheasants along with various other small birds.

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Tourist Map

You can find both Cam Munson and es Puig de Can Maymó on the map below, along with the top attractions and things to do in Ibiza.

FAQ

Below you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions about zoos and animal parks in Ibiza.

Ibiza Zoos

Yes. There are two small animal farms called Cam Munson in Santa Eulia del Rio and Puig de Can Maymo near Sant Mateu d’Albarca that have an assortment of goats, pigs, and rabbits that you can pay to feed.

No, not really. There are, however, two small animal farms called Cam Munson in Santa Eulia del Rio and Puig de Can Maymo near Sant Mateu d’Albarca which are wineries with animal areas.

No, the closest one is in Majorca. But, there are two small animal farms on winery bodega grounds called Cam Munson in Santa Eulia del Rio and Puig de Can Maymo near Sant Mateu d’Albarca where you can feed goats, pigs, and rabbits.

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