La Faula is not the place for unsupervised children. As a working farm it has too many dangers. Sometimes parents supervising their children under-estimate the dangers or overestimate their ability to protect their child.
La Faula offers families a wonderful holiday location but farms and country pose real dangers - it is in all our interests to recognise them and know how to avoid them!
 
source danger avoidance comments
Dogs Being bitten Children under 12 yrs of age should never touch the sheepdogs, even when accompanied by an adult. The behaviour of small children can provoke an attack - the presence of an adult offers no security
Water - swimming pool, creek, river, fountain Drowning Small children should be supervised by an adult at all times when at La Faula Even shallow open water can be enough for a small child to drown in
Barn, bridge Falling Small children should be supervised by an adult at all times Unsupervised children can climb on farm structures or fall from the bridge
Farm machinery Falling, being cut Young children should be supervised by an adult at all times Unsupervised children can climb, and fall from, agricultural machinery
Electric fencing Electrocution, respiratory collapse Small children must not be allowed near the electric fencing - even if accompanied by an adult Small children risk becoming tangled in electric fencing. They are incapable of understanding what it is
Donkeys, sheep, cattle Being kicked, butted, gored Children should only go near the other farm animals when accompanied by an adult Farm animals should not be harassed or disturbed