It’s a very basic attraction site with small enclosures that have various native species including mammals, reptiles and birds. The Spanish ibex had a large enclosure that they seemed comfortable in and the red deer also had space to run and graze in; the lynx, fox, wild cat and tortoises however were extremely cramped and looked bored.
The animals we enjoyed the most were the Iberian wolves. A different subspecies to the Italian and European wolves, the Iberian wolves are thinner, smaller and a more rusty colour. I found them very beautiful. The keeper who came to feed them told us that the group we were seeing was composed of three solitary individuals, two females and one male, who had been kicked out of the main group. Three renegades that definitely looked the part. There was another enclosure with two wolves in it but it wasn’t accessible to us visitors.
In the following photos I’ve given them names, but these aren’t the wolves real names (that we weren’t told).