The route runs in the stunning Fangar, in the structures that support the offspring of these small bivalves.
The origin of this bay dates back to the 18th century, highlighting the importance of the fresh water contribution from the canals which together with the salt and the nutrients provided by both, provide a special unique taste to the shellfish grown here.
From our kayak route we can see the peculiar Fangar, It is known by locals as "Faroleta“, which continues to operate today to indicate the proximity of the Fangar. We take this opportunity to take a dip in the bay and cool off, if time allows it.
No less important are the aquatic birds living in the bay: herons, flamingos, ducks or coots.
The route is not suitable for children under 10 years old.
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