One My Guests Seem To Miss
We are surrounded by marshlands at Isla Canela. It provides amazing walks and a great habitat for wildlife but how was it formed and has it been anything more than just a pretty backdrop? Molino El Pintade is a restored mill. It’s known locally as an Eco Museum. It has all the gadgets and displays to help visitors understand how the marshlands once added so much to the local economy from its salt flats, to fishing and of course the production of flour using marshland water to power the mill.
It’s FREE, pretty and extremely interesting. I highly recommend a visit.
You can follow them on Facebook too where they list local events hosted at the mill.
Posted by Sarah at www.islacanelaholidays.com