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Author: Sam - Replies: 7 - Views: 5650
Solar lights between Caleta de Fuste and Las Salinas
Translated from www.ondafuerteventura.es

The Cabildo de Fuerteventura, in its search for energy efficiency and sustainable development, will provide autonomous solar street lighting to the existing bike lane between the towns of Caleta de Fuste (La Guirra area) and Las Salinas del Carmen, a lane that runs through in parallel to the highway FV-2, within the municipality of Antigua. The Insular Corporation, through the Ministry of Industry, has put out to tender the installation works of the li
Author: Ducks - Replies: 9 - Views: 6783
Walking/Cycling path between Caleta de Fuste and Las Salinas
Is this path for cycling only, or can you walk it? I've always wanted to walk to Salinas from Caleta, but the rough ground put me off...
Author: Captain Sensible - Replies: 6 - Views: 7163
New Restaurant at Las Salinas del Carmen
A new restaurant, Las Salinas del Carmen, opens at the Salt Museum at Las Salinas on February 28th.
The restaurant will be open every day (except Wednesdays)from 10.00-16.00.  It will specialise in seafood.  The restaurant is decorated with recycled materials.
https://www.ondafuerteventura.es/el-chef...oYIT7WfvVk
Author: Captain Sensible - Replies: 20 - Views: 10856
35 migrants arrive on 2 boats at Las Salinas this morning
35 migrants arrived at Las Salinas this morning ((18 men, 3 women and 14 minors) - https://www.diariodefuerteventura.com/no...WvhjNt-V8w

I wondered what the helicopter acti
Author: windermeregolfer - Replies: 7 - Views: 4363
Places to Visit - Salinas Del Carmen
Morning walk yesterday took us to Salinas Del Carmen, a nice small rustic fishing village, just south of Caleta, home to the Salt Museum (Museo de la Sal).  The church is a modern build with a very nice carved door.

There are 2 restaurants there, both good in my opinion, one is in the village closed Monday & Tuesday and one is at the museum run by the owners of Volcano, a very good restaurant in Caleta. The one at the Museum is only open at lunchtime, see photo.

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Author: cjm - Replies: 6 - Views: 4158
Las Salinas Golf area
Hi all
Can anyone offer any insight into the state of Las Salinas Golf Club and the surrounding area? I understand that the course is still under administration and that the roads and pavements were meant to be adopted by the council but now doubt this will be advancing at a glacial pace.
Best regards
Author: TamaraEnLaPlaya - Replies: 0 - Views: 682
Body recovered from water at Las Salinas
Radio Sintonia:

They find the lifeless body of a fisherman in Las Salinas del Carmen.

[color=#111111][font=Roboto, sans-serif][size=small][color=#222222][font=Verdana, BlinkMacSystemFont, -apple-system,]This morning, Maritime Rescue troops rescued the lifeless body of a fishermanwho was at sea, in the Salinas del Carmen (Municipality of Antigua), and transferred it to the Pier of Puerto del
Author: TamaraEnLaPlaya - Replies: 0 - Views: 327
La Salinas del Carmen: the importance of salt in the history of our island
Radio Sintonia:

La Salinas del Carmen: the importance of salt in the history of our island.

The Salinas de El Carmen come from the historic Salinas de La Hondurilla dating back to approximately 1800. Declared a monument in 2002, they are the first salt harvest on the island.

More than 200 years of history
These were expanded in successive years reaching in 1910 its current configuration being already owner D. Manuel Velázquez Cabrera, currently occupying 28,320 m2 and as with the old C