On Sunday, May 13th, the Sulzbacher Salt & Herb Market invites for the fifth time, visitors to the historic salt fountain ensemble, Auf der Schmelz. The popular spring format with its pre-summer flair is so successful because over 5 retailers offer their mostly self-produced goods in a historical setting.
The herb market thrives on openness and the joy of culinary and gardening in connection with the Sulzbacher subject salt. The traders enjoy advising visitors, offering tastings or simply giving good tips.
Cuisine with salts, herbs, spices and oils
With a focus on the "salty past" of the city of Sulzbach, culinary products from (sea) salts, herbs and spices are offered from all over the world. There are also oils, vinegars, mustards, liqueurs, brandies, jams, fruit spreads, pesto, honey, goat cheese, soft cheeses, delicious baked goods, specialty coffees, ham and salami, wines and much more.
In the garden area, fragrant herbal plants and seedlings, plant arrangements, garden decorations, wellness products, local shrubs and shrubs, handmade soaps and ceramics, books on the subject of salt and culinary art complete the offer.
Even more May weather lights can be found in the lovingly Provencal Lavender Café. Because the salt fountain house is almost transformed into an idyllic gazebo with coffee and cake, which is operated by nature lovers and the AWO.
Herbal fairy, graduation tower and community of artist interests
Herb fairy Petra Sämann invites you to two "wild herb walks" with lots of tips and interesting information for herbal lovers.
The graduation tower is located directly on the market area. On this day - which is also the day of the open museum - the Salzknecht will of course boil salt and report a lot of interesting things about Sulzbach and the salt extraction. The prospect is also open to children during the market.
The artists' interest group Malgruppe Sulzbach (KIS) enriches the market with its Montmartre flair. You can see the creative troop over the shoulder while painting on the easel.
The official opening with Mayor Michael Adam is at 11 a.m. It continues from 13 p.m. with live music. This year, Alex Breidt and LiveGetsFamous will be there again by popular request, further information can also be found at: www.historische-salzhäuser.de