🟢 open for public
In the 18th century, the landscape of Fuerteventura began to be filled with giants with wooden sails. Several hundred windmills, which changed the lives of the people on the island, making the milling tasks much easier. One of these centenarian structures, of great ethnographic value, can be found at the „Los Molinos" Interpretation Center of Tiscamanita. It is one of the last survivors after the arrival of the mechanical procedures and it is currently acknowledged as „Heritage of Cultural Interest".
Spain, Tiscamanita, Fuerteventura
Height: 11 m