Spain’s thousand-year old Cadiz Bay salt marshes seek to regain ‘former glory’

Puerto Real (Spain) (AFP) – Since the time of the Phoenicians and for centuries afterwards, traditional salt production was the source of the Cadiz Bay’s fame and wealth, before it gradually disappeared. Of the 160 sea salt producers that existed at the beginning of the 20th century, only four are still operating. Among them is Juan Carlos Sanchez de Lamadrid, who believes that salt of Cadiz can “return to its former glory.”


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