Located in an extraordinary panoramic setting, “Mulino Lentino” is a small medieval borough named after the mill at its entrance. Today, that mill houses a museum dedicated to the milling tradition, and is still working thanks to the water of Tidone stream. The visit to this small borough can help us recall the lives and jobs of people from times past, rural settings and the economy of a society that doesn’t exist any more, but has represented one of the main activities in Tidone valley for several centuries.
Every year in November, to celebrate Saint Catherine the patron of millers, there is the millers’ feast.
The museum and the borough can be visited upon booking from February to December every day.