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Salus' Park, Minas
(2.2/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
Tourists and locals flock to Salus' Park for its lush forested areas as well as its excellent suitability for picnics. Head to the heart of the forest, where you'll find a natural spring of mineral water from high up the hills. Take in the diverse plant and animal life in its natural habitat, from iguanas to several species of birds. An inn within the park makes an ideal resting stop, offering a wide selection of food and drink. Salus' Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Minas Edition.
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  • The Park is very well kept, has games for children very nice wood but the bad thing is that they have nothing of shadow, there are some tables where you can make a picnic, arriva is the source of the puma, is a nice ride.
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  • Park where are located semisurgentes wells of the company Salus, well maintained, nice environment, bad thing is road accessible from route 8, although it is very short stretch is rather ugly due to lack of maintenance and because they must leave many truckloads of water and beer. The popular source of mineral water coming out from the mouth of a puma, worthy of drinking it directly as it is very fresh. There is bottled water so that there are many people working on the ground and to the front is the beer bottling plant.
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  • Beautiful place, very marked and cute to explore and learn about the legend of the puma. Walking up to the source of the puma. Very nice nature reserve.
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