Aava Kertun Kotitila, Mustasaari

4.7
#20 of 40 in Things to do in Ostrobothnia
Ranch · Hidden Gem · Farm
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  • We were there with other families. kids were loving everything there because they have no chance to see so many home raise animals anywhere else. Even my eldest 18 year daughter were attracted...  more »
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  • Very idyllic farm in the heart of Södra Vallgrund. You can find many different kind of animals such as cats, dog, goats, sheeps, horses, bunnies, chickens, pigs and cows. What makes it different from other places is that the most of the animals are super friendly and you may go and pet them. 😊 Entrance fee is 6€/person, and young kids under 2 years free. They have variety of snacks available with decent price such as waffles, sweet buns, coffee, cold drinks and ice cream. Parking lot is located at the end of the road to the farm and during the day is filled with cars. You may, however, park your car side of the road if the parking lot is full. The entrepreneurs are very friendly and try to cherish local values and tourism in this beautiful place. Be sure to visit their other places nearby, too, Café and Restaurant Salteriet in Svedjehamn (UNESCO heritage site) and Restaurant Arken in Replot. 💕😊
  • A small farm with a few different kinds of animals. Entrance fee is not too expensive. I would recommend all families and other creature interested people to visit this place. It is not huge, some animals you can pet, some you can pet unless they are hungry, some you can pet unless your fingers are small (literally says that on the signs) :) To give five stars I would like to see that the personnel have name tags (or something else) and a few more social animals running around. I think the only animals here that actively wanted to be in contact with us were the chicken and briefly one sheep :) So over all a good place to visit, but not the most spectacular farm I've ever visited.

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