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Visited the salt mines as part of our day trip around Sal, and was well worth the experience! Floated in water 27 times more saltier then the sea,in the eye of a volcano, an experience not many can say they have done! It leaves a...More
The small town of Pedra de Lume consists of a few old stone warehouses, shipwrecks, a garage - and a lovely beach. Make a stop and go for a walk or swim - guaranteed more quiet than elsewhere on the island.
Only 5 euros for a glimpse of why the island got its name, and how the decline led to the poverty that tourism is trying to correct.
Set below sea level so that the pools fill naturally and the sun can dry them to produce...More
We are trying to be responsible tourists and support the local economy, but this place is owned by Italian. So we felt robbed with 5 Euro entrance per person expecting some nice views, but we found an empty area with almost no salt and just...More
The body mask with mud is fun to do and rejuvenates the skin in minutes! As soon as it dries you can rub it and take a dip into the water and you feel an instant smooth, leaving the skin as silk. Careful: is salt...More
Went to the Salt Pans by taxi from town and agreed to meet at the tarmac for the ride back 2.5 hours later. My Salt Pan review is here on TA, but the beach and harbour is well worth a tour. The rusting barges, abandoned...More