This was a fascinating process to watch. Traditional way of collecting salt using rubber buckets to move the water from the sea to the dark grey sand . Where it is flicked out across the sand, then left to dry, then raked up and taken over to the reticules with water where the salt is rinsed and then finally put on the salt drying racks and once dry, salt is scooped up and packaged to sell.
Very educational. A short visit is enough to learn about this industry.
I recommend to buy a small souvenir here as this is a labour intensive job with small returns and to support this family business.
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