Flour Mill and Bread Cycle Interpretation Center

The Miravete de la Sierra mill no longer grinds wheat, but it is perfectly preserved and is the best way to learn about one of the most important parts of the economy of the villages until half a century ago. On the outside of the building there is the old water storage pond and the entrance to the bucket. The miller’s house was located on the upper floors. The “limpia“, a machine used to clean the grain, is still preserved. In addition to the original machinery, there are several showcases with small models that explain the bread cycle, from the time the wheat is planted until it becomes food. An old winnowing machine has also been placed at the main access door to separate the grain from the remains of straw and impurities.