To talk about our history, that of Chiclana and los chiclaneros, is to talk about one of the most unique and natural products of our territory - salt. Since Phoenician times, this product has tinged with white our labyrinthine landscape of channels that comes to life on the border between the waters of the Atlantic and the mainland, in the Bay of Cadiz Natural Park.

This artisanal product, an authentic delicacy, treasures huge amounts of natural minerals (iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc and iodine), in its different manifestations (virgin sea salt and fleur de sel) as a coveted ally of the best kitchens.

Discovering the surroundings in which salt is "cultivated", its ethnographic and environmental history and sampling it in a salad, with fish from the marshland or a simple tomato from a local garden with a little extra virgin olive oil are unique experiences of this land of salt pans.