The salt farms are in front of the mountain where the Ston Walls are located. They are large patches of land with borders where sea water is dryed to make salt. In the beginning of June, it wasn't the season so the area was all sectioned off patches of dirt. You take it for granted when you use and sometimes spill some salt that salt was used to pay people hundreds of years ago when they made the salt works and the walls to protect them. The mere idea that they did this is fascinating.
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