Located in the beautiful countryside of Benamaurel (Granada province, Spain) is an 11th century cave house which is home to a very special group of birds and animals.
It's not a zoo, far from it. It's relaxing, interactive, educational and enjoyable.
Each little soul has a story to tell, from Lucy the Little owl with impaired eyesight to Florian the stub tailed Meerkat.
Cortijo Búho is not open to the general public but you are very welcome to visit as long as you make an appointment first.
Due to the Summer heat all appointments start at 10am so that the owls can return to their cave mews before it's too warm.
Winter appointments start at 11am (weather depending).
Children are welcome to visit but they must remain calm and in control as the owls are easily spooked and their welfare is a priority.