Donkeys have friends too. Mary and Patrick Skinner of Vouni have always loved these gentle animals, and since 1994, have seen the number of their pets expand from 3 to nearly 100. Most of the pets they take in are elderly, frail or unwanted – the family provided intensive care for them. To pay for this care, the family urges kids and adults alike to ‘adopt a donkey’. Your visit to these charming animals will take you to the lovely Apesia hills. There you’ll find a playground, a swimming pool, a mini-farm, and can ride donkeys for about EUR 10.
Donkey Sanctuary Travel Tips
- There are reports that the donkey sanctuary has been closed – please call ahead and confirm before you visit.
Entrance Ticket Details For Donkey Sanctuary
- Prices are subject to change. Inquire directly with the sanctuary.
Donkey Sanctuary Hours
- All visits must be arrange beforehand over the phone.
How to Reach Donkey Sanctuary
- Drive here.
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5.17% of people who visit Limassol include Donkey Sanctuary in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
60% of people start their Donkey Sanctuary visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Donkey Sanctuary
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Donkey Sanctuary