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Terra Natura Murcia
Terra Natura Murcia

Terra Natura Murcia

Explore the wilds of both the African Savanna and the Iberian Peninsula at Terra Natura Murcia, a ‘zooimmersion’ park that is home to over 500 animals. You can see several endangered species, such as the white rhino, ring-tailed lemurs, and Masai giraffes, before learning about the animals and lunching at the onsite restaurant.

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Calle Regidor Cayetano Gago, s/n, Espinardo, Murcia, 30100

The Basics

Since opening in 2007, Terra Natura Murcia has become one of the country’s most significant animal parks, home to everything from hippos to otters. Here, you can learn about conservation, enjoy a more immersive experience than at traditional zoos (by getting close to and being able to pet some of the animals), and admire birds of prey flight demonstrations. For an additional fee you can opt for a guided night-time safari.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Terra Natura Murcia will delight animal lovers and children.

  • The zoo offers a restaurant, a lounge-bar, and a gift shop.

  • In the summer, make the most of your time in Murcia by purchasing a combo ticket to Terra Natura and the attached Aqua Natura water park.

  • Terra Natura Murcia is both wheelchair and stroller accessible, although there are slopes throughout the park.

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How to Get There

Terra Natura Murcia is located near the University of Murcia and is accessible via both public transit and private vehicle. Check online for the most up-to-date route information. Onsite parking is available for a small fee.

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When to Get There

Terra Natura Murcia is open daily, except for Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, and hours change throughout the year. The adjoining Aqua Natura water park is only open during the summer.

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What To Do in Murcia

Murcia is often overlooked in favor of nearby Málaga or Valencia, but there’s plenty to do in this university city. Make a day of it by visiting the Gothic cathedral and venturing into the surrounding orchards, then stop by the Mar Menor saltwater lagoon. During Holy Week, the city also boasts one of the most spectacular parades in Spain.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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