Faerie & Angel Healing Sanctuary

The Continent of Sulina, or better known as Sulina’s Faerie Sanctuary, can be found on the outskirts of Swellendam. Its owners Minky and Ian are adamant that it’s not a business or a tourist attraction, but a place of belief, passion, and positivity however, the faerie sanctuary has become a staple attraction associated with the town.

Minky has always been a believer in Angels and Faeries, as a child she made a promise that she would create a place where humans and these spirits could connect, a promise which was kept and is now a labyrinth garden filled with sculptures of faeries, trolls, angels, pixies and gnomes!

Even if you are a non-believer, a visit to Sulina’s Faerie Sanctuary will leave you wanting to believe in them. From the moment you enter through the front gate you are greeted by exquisite faerie sculptures that guide you down a mystical path lined with other magical creatures including dwarfs, faeries, dragons and mermaids. Walk through the faerie garden, bring along a picnic, meet the faerie-nuf-folk and enjoy a cup of tea in the wonderful hidden faerie forest.

This magical home and enchanted garden is shared with everyone and a special place especially for anyone who needs physical, emotional and spiritual uplifting or just needs to experience the wonderful energies of being 5yrs old again.

Things to see and do

  • Walk Through Enchanted Garden
  • Faerie Gallery
  • Children’s Workshops
  • Faerie Shop
  • Healing & Meditation Centre
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Picnics & Birthday Party

Admission

Adults, R20

Children U13, R10

The Sanctuary is open every day during school holidays

Prices are subject to change, please confirm directly with the sanctuary

Contact Us

Continent of Sulina: A Faerie Sanctuary
Address:
37 Buitekant Street
6740 Swellendam
Western CapeSouth Africa
34° 1′ 23.768″ S, 20° 26′ 8.405″ E
work: +27 28 514 1786
http://thecontinentofsulina.blogspot.co.za/ Visit Website
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Opening Hours


Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

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