|Pick or gather||
Harvest flower of salt, manually using a lousse.
|Pile of salt||
A pile of salt which drains naturally, and whose name comes from mule, the animal previously used for transport.
- A small round platform placed in the middle of the largest bridge of the “oeillet” to enable the daily salt harvest to be stored and drained.
- A platform on the embankment of the salt works to store the salt after harvest.
A water reserve which supplies the salt works between tides (15 days), the largest part of the salt production site, mostly horizontal with a trough along its edge (“rai”) to allow cleaning. Its surface area may vary, but represents 40% of the salt works.