Mulino ad Acqua - Museo Cavallo d'Ispica, Modica

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  • very nice and impressive I've never seen a watermill. the route takes you back in time.
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  • After so many years that we missed from Sicily, Noto (SR) a person advised us to go see the watermill in Modica. The experience is entirely every cm of Km facts. We met the owners of the mill (wonderful people). Beautiful place, driving well prepared, nice and friendly and then step back in time. Lots to see. To visit, but above all we must go back to see it better and more calmly.
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  • Organized very well, the guy who explains the operation is highly competent, passionate, comprehensive and available to dwell in the explanations. to do
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  • Interesting to see the construction of the mill and the engineering that went into its design. If visiting the nearby caves then it's worth a stop but probably wouldn't go out of my way to visit.
  • Fabulous working old watermill in a cave, with the old living quarters, workshop, laundry and stable in the old caves as well. The couple who run it are from the miller's family. Short walk from here to rest of the caves. Highly recommended.
  • The guy who runs it is in love with his work and family choice to have retrained the old family mill. Careful explanation and view comprehensive tools and daily life of the period in addition to interesting Arabian-inspired mill operation. We also bought the flour milled directly in front of our eyes! Show!
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  • Valuable experience for both adults and children who can appreciate and understand the workings of a watermill. The people who manage and protect this monument are very unique! Good at protecting as built by their ancestors. And good at protecting "historic memory".
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  • Beautiful experience that takes you back in time. Ideal for children and adults. Very friendly Manager. Not to be missed.
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