Mill of the Capellans

14th century.

Architectural features
It had two millstones, although the water was not guaranteed because it depended on the irrigation ditch of the Francolí river. The colonnade we can see over the door is from the 16th century.

Situated beside the cooperative winery, in ancient times it was a rag mill, though later it was an oil mill and a flour mill. Then it passed to private people until the 17th century that was sold to the Priests Community, and later, in the 19th century, to the Cervera family. At present it is a restaurant.

Outside visit.

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