He is the oldest in the department. On February 11, 1337, the Chevalier Raymond de Toulouse, prosecutor for the King of Mallorca, ceded a plot of land to Jacques Ermengald
de Collioure, at the place called "Cortines" and granted him the right to operate the windmill to grind the grains or crops. The mill ceased its activity in the 19th century to gradually find itself in a state of ruin. Having become the property of the town, the town began its restoration, completed in June 2001. The wooden machinery is carried out in the traditional way by the carpenters of Bernard Garibald
. Today it is used for crushing olives
and making Collioure oil
. Hours :
From April to September, every Wednesday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Sale of oil on site.
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