Pedra de sal

pedra de sal

What does Pedra do Sal stand for?

Pedra do Sal (English: Rock of Salt) is a historic and religious site in Rio de Janeiro, in the neighborhood of Saúde. The site was originally a quilombo village. An association group still lives there, formally known as the Community Descendents of the Quilombos of Pedra do Sal...

What is Salinas de Pedra de Lume?

Salinas de Pedra de Lume is one of the seven natural wonders of the Cape Verde islands. The natural heritage of the archipelago. The seven natural wonders are spread over the different islands of Cape Verde. How do I get to Salinas de Pedra de Lume?

Where is the Salt Lake of Pedra de Lume?

The salt lake is located in the northeast of Sal at about 5 kilometers from Espargos, the capital of the island. And from Santa Maria it is about 25 kilometers. The roads to Pedra de Lume are good.

Is Pedra do Sal a good place to go Samba on Mondays?

I was told that Pedra do Sal is a great place to enjoy a real samba on Mondays and Fridays, so I decided to check it out. I was also told by locals not to get there before 10pm because it starts late. So, we got there at 9:45pm on a Monday night, not much was happening.

Where is Pedra de Lume located?

Pedra de Lume is a village in the northeastern part of the island of Sal, Cape Verde. The village is situated on the east coast, about 5 km east of the island capital Espargos. It has a small port and a lighthouse, Farol de Pedra de Lume .

What are the salt pans of Pedra de Lume?

On the east coast of Sal are the salt mines of Pedra de Lume. In a moon like crater of an old volcano seawater turns into salt. The colors of the salt pans are surrealistic. The white and bright pink salt pans contrast with the snow-white salt mountains and the blue sky.

How far in advance should I book my Pedra Lume salt crater?

We recommend booking Pedra Lume Salt Crater tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund.

The Samba at Pedra do Sal is the most traditional of Rio de Janeiro. It happens every monday (it’s canceled when it’s raining) after 8 pm. You don’t have to pay to enjoy the party, it’s always for free, from the people to the people. WHAT’S ON SALT STONE? In the place there’s a lot of tents selling food and drinks.

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