MUSEO HIDRÁULICO MOLINO DE MARTOS
The Hydraulic Museum integrates in the Molino de Martos the interpretation of history through culture, water management and tradition in the use of plants: food source (cereal flours), dyes (cloths and fabrics), pickles (skins) or vegetable fibers.
Since the original structure of the XII century, the reforms carried out in the Molino de Martos during the XIV and XVI centuries have inevitably transformed its previous physiognomy. It had three fullers, a grinding room and a embarcadero . It maintained special importance in the city in the process of cereal grinding.