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love it hate it, interesting and hot you are either interested or not. its beautiful and amazing they way the salt is bought from the ocean, however, it really is a love me hate me place, a little boring Sorry
A very quiet black shingle and sand beach by the salt pans at Janubio. Not suitable for swimming, this is a red flag beach, but paddling is fine as long as you don't mind getting drenched every now and again. Waves are big and powerful...More
It's well worth the drive out through the lava fields to see this place.
It's obvious to see it's a dying industry but it's still spectacular to see what is quite a spectacle.
Lot's of photo opportunities and other places to visit on the way.
A bit off the beaten track but well worth a visit. Salt water is pumped into the pools and then the sun evaporates the water to leave the pure sea salt. At one time salt was the main trade and export of Lanzarote and all...More
This might be a very interesting place, since already the ancient civilications produced salt that way. Of course nowadays, it can't economically compete with the world market of industrial produced salt... so it is only run to show how it was done in earlier times....More
This is well worth a visit to see salt being produced from sea water, in pools that gradually allow the water to evaporate in the harsh sun in centuries old lagoos, well worth a visit to see something so unusual..... and it is free.
This beach is otherwise known as "Black beach". Its not a sandy but rocky pebble beach with water pools and huge saves. Its off the main road and accessable via dirt track so you wont find many tourist here. Very windy but beautiful scenery and...More
Passing the salt ponds is certainly worth a stop and browse
They are centuries old and remarkable
I would not go out of my way for the visit but there are a few sights to break up the day if you are going to or...More