Salinas de Fuencaliente, Fuencaliente de la Palma

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  • Down from the San Antonio volcano you can enjoy a very green and leafy road. As low to the headlights, vegetation changes to infinity of curdled native plants of the place. This site not can be more spectacular, taking in has that by here grew the island, in the tip South and end of the same. The contrast of colours, greys of lava, blue and white of the sea, the flowers of yellow, white, pink, purple... is incredible. After seeing the 2 headlights, where the old hosts interpretation of reserve marine of the island of la Palma Center you go to salinas. Impressive! Another time the colors! a gift for the eyes: blue, grey, green, Golden, ocher, beige, white, orange... There is a fantastic restaurant, "the garden of salt", where apart from eat divinely, you can see inside the story of the man who had this dream and reality did. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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  • A visit as part of a tour in the South of the island. The volcanic setting is superb. The salt pans are asked at the end of the island nearly a lighthouse. Ample parking at the start or the arrival of hikes
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  • It seems a collection of salt facility. And is. Neither more nor less. It is good that there is an interesting old lighthouse there. And a well designed building with a surprisingly good restaurant catering. It's worth a visit.
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  • Interesting spot with the only working "salt lake" remaining on the island, and one of the few in the Canary Islands as a whole. The Teneguía brand of sea salt that you can buy in the store comes from here. It's interesting to walk around and see how the salt is harvested and there are some good opportunities for some striking photography with the contrast of the black stones and the brilliant white salt. There is a restaurant here called El Jardín de la Sal which is truly excellent. In my opinion, one of the more interesting restaurants on the island with some excellent seafood options. The "croquetas de choco" (cuttlefish croquettes made with cuttlefish ink) are both delicious and memorably colourful. They have a good selection of wines and they have beers from Isla Verde, which are the best craft beer options on the island.
  • Good bar, but ultimately boring experience (unlike the Museum of Salt in Fuerteventura).
  • Nice place where you can see step by step how salt from sea water is won. Nice café with sea views, delicious coffee.
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  • Visit a must if you come to La Palma.
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  • Great location. The salt pans are really worth seeing and the small tour with Iinfotafeln very nicely done.
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