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Asilat

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Via Miscarello Salice | Contrada Miscarello, 95100, Giarre, Sicily, Italy
+39 333 527 5920
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Very Disappointed

We passed by this place and it was closed so after checking up on Trip Adviser we e-mailed asking... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2017
Tunleytraveller
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Bath, United Kingdom
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A great experience

I had the opportunity to organise a visit at Asilat for a group of Maltese farmers and artisans as... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2014
skorfy82
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Qormi, Malta
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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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  • Terrible5%
6 Aug 2017
“Very Disappointed”
26 Jul 2014
“A great experience”
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Via Miscarello Salice | Contrada Miscarello, 95100, Giarre, Sicily, Italy
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+39 333 527 5920
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Reviewed 6 August 2017

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...More

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Reviewed 26 July 2014

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...More

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