Finca de Uga is well known for its cheeses, yet there is much more to see at this farm which is normally not open to the general public. We were fortunate to have a guided tour of its 70,000 square meters. With over 1,000 animals, we wandered amongst the goats, hens, cows and pink flamingos. They're very well treated here - there's even relaxing music played from a loudspeaker! The cheeses are delicious including the Pimenton which has a dark red crust and the Vulcano, which looks a bit like a volcano with its black rind.