Asilat

Asilat, Giarre: Address, Phone Number, Asilat Reviews: 4.5/5

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Asilat is a company aimed at the production of donkey milk. The farm is located at the slopes of Mount Etna and equipped to receive families and tourist groups. During the guided tour you will be able to see and touch animals, learn more about donkeys, watch the milking, try donkey milk and ride on the back of a donkey. Asilat offers different activities perfect for animal and nature enthusiasts.
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Simona D'amico
16 contributions
fun for kids
Dec 2019
I was there long time ago and my kids, very young at the time, just loved it!
We also bought few products done there.
The owner was very welcoming and helpful
Written November 17, 2020
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Tunleytraveller
Bath, UK156 contributions
Very Disappointed
Aug 2017 • Family
We passed by this place and it was closed so after checking up on Trip Adviser we e-mailed asking to visit but failing to get a reply, decided to go on Sunday morning (when it is supposed to be open). We were very disappointed to find the gates shut and nobody around. There were a few donkeys and goats we could see but no other signs of life. Why have all the road signage and a website if it is not kept up to date?
Written August 6, 2017
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skorfy82
Qormi, Malta72 contributions
A great experience
Jul 2014 • Friends
I had the opportunity to organise a visit at Asilat for a group of Maltese farmers and artisans as part of an educational trip. It was indeed worth it and I highly recommend it. They have suitable packages doe families, groups and individual travelers. We opted for the Sicilian brunch which consisted in several cold dishes, cheeses, salami and of course milk. Ketty is a dynamic women who created a diversified farm out of nothing. Don't forget to buy some soaps and cosmetics made from donkey milk before leaving!
Written July 26, 2014
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