The Lobo Park (Wolf Park) is located near Antequera at km 16 on the A343 and consists of 40 hectares of unspoilt parkland. It is both a unique nature experience and a study park for European, Iberian, Canadian Timber and rare White Alaskan Tundra (Polar) wolves. There is a separate area for the pups.
All the wolves, from zoological parks all over Europe, were raised with the bottle to overcome their natural shyness with humans and to make it easier for visitors to study them. It is stressed that the animals are purely ‘socialised’ and in no way ‘domesticated’.
The park is run by Daniel Weigend and Alexandra Stieber and various tour options are offered, including some on horseback. In the hot summers, because the wolves tend to sleep during the day, a series of night tours take place until September.
There is a cafeteria/restaurant and a souvenir shop on site and a Wolf Museum is planned for the future.
There is also a Petting Zoo for children and adults where the more common animals – pigs, goats, horses etc – can be fed and petted.
November to April 10:00 – 18:00
May to October 10:00 – 20:00
Guided wolf tours opening hours
11:00, 13:00, 15:00, 16:30
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 11:00, 12:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00 16:30
Price for the guided wolf tours
Adults €9,50 €
Children (3-12 years) €6,50