Realaje Mill

The Arabs called it Rial Haja, also known as the Merry Foot Mill. It preserves all the outbuildings, basement, milling room with three stones and warehouse in its upper part.

It highlights its central square tower 9 meters high by 4.6 meters wide, covered by a vault that serves as a base for the roof, topped by pyramid-shaped battlements. At its base there is an irregular rhomboid buttress that has helped to maintain its robustness over time.

The mill weir, which crosses the meander of the river itself to take advantage of greater water flow, is 24 meters long by 4.6 meters wide.

It remained active until the beginning of the 20th century when its heirs ceded it to the City Council.