Partners in France:
Partners in Spain:
Diputación Foral de Álava (Lead Partner)
Fundación Espacios Naturales Protegidos de Andalucía (ANDANATURA)
Partners in Portugal
In 2011 Andrew Fielding described the approach the Ecosal-Atlantis team at Bournemouth University were taking to create the UK section of the Traditional Salt Route of the Atlantic.
Claire Randall (left), Poole Museum, Dorset meets with the Lead Partners of Ecosal-Atlantis in 2012.
ECOSAL-ATLANTIS (left to right) Renato Neves, Portugal; Belen Escobar, Spain; Benoit Poitevon, France with Mark Brisbane and Michael Fradley, Bournemouth University
Sel Traditionnel Route de l’Atlantique was proposed as the co-ordinating body for the route.