long walk from Caleta de Feste - best to go by car
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
On the last few day of our holiday, we were looking for somewhere to visit. With me in my wheelchair, it was a long push from our hotel in Calta de Fuste in Fuerteventura, but once there, we both felt it was worth the effort. We were very impressed with the layout of the museum and learned a lot more about salt. My wife enjoyed the walk between the salt pans outside whilst I enjoyed the views before we headed to Cafe for refreshments, followed by making a few purchaess in the well appointed gift shop.
Transport & Parking
There was disabled parking outside the main entrance to the Museum, although we got there with my wife pushing my wheelchair. Although it was quite a bit out from Caleta de Fuste, there was a straight walk/cycle path from the town, although it was a bit up and down in places.
Other than the manual doors into the museum (hit or miss if someone assisted) the access in the museum was very good. All on the flat as was the area outside. I didn't go around the salt pands but found a super viewing area to watch my wife do so.
I did used the disabled toilets and found then spacious, both getting into and using, with grab rails on both sides. As a bonus the seat was raised. Ideal disabled toilets
Other than in the cafe, we did not have much interaction with the staff. In the cafe we were attended to by a young man who was passionate about rugby. Embarrassingly he knew more about the Scotland team than I did
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Rather than a cafe, it appeared to be a full restaurant, with a bar. We were just after Iced coffees and tray bakes. It was about a 2 mile push for mt wife, but we did enjoy the museum. We found it well worth the entry of 9 Euros (I was discounted seemingly. It was an interesting layout inside which included a video presentation.