Location of SALINAS
in the Map of Puerto Rico
Salinas (sah-LEE-nahs) is a small municipality in the southern part of Puerto Rico located in the southern coast of the island, south of Aibonito and Cayey; southeast of Coamo, east of Santa Isabel; and west of Guayama. Salinas is spread over 7 wards and Salinas Pueblo (The downtown area and the administrative center of the city).
It has long been a fishing spot for Puerto Ricans, known for its beaches,fish variety and the birthplace of the famous "mojito isleño".
Although Salinas doesn't have any commercial airports, there is a military air base there. In addition, there is a military youth camp there, Camp Santiago, which is visited every year by many groups of Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of the USA (see also: Scouting in Puerto Rico) and other children's groups.
Salinas was founded in 1841 by Agustín Colón Pacheco.
On a green rectangular field, five white isosceles triangles equal in size, placed in the center of the flag and forming a row that covers the extent of the background.
 Coat of Arms
The shield uses the traditional colors of the town; green and silver. The salt knolls indicate in graphical form the name of the town: Salinas. The fish refer to the fishing. The sugar cane leaves that surround the shield, symbolize the sugar cane plantations.
Reference: Wikipedia.org / census.gov / mapquest.com