In the Asturian town of Salinas in the place known as La Peñona lies an outdoor museum dedicated to honoring the memory of Philippe Cousteau a man who loved and devoted his life to sea and died in June 1979 in the river Tagus, near Lisbon. We can also enjoy the fusion of rock with the environment of the anchors, the museum has a total of 15 anchors, some historical and more contemporary, one of the most important parts of the galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha ship that sank the coast of Florida in 1628. From a suspension bridge allows access to a beautiful lookout over the sea, from which we can enjoy a beautiful view of Salinas. Anchors Museum, which is currently owned and managed by the Guild of Good Food from the Sea is an original creation of continuing to pay tribute to the sea and love its people, all the culture it represents. To enjoy a place of great natural beauty of the sea.