Points of interest
Mills which used a system of shared ownership through “heirs”, in other words, shared between various families. These were used to grind corn into flour to make bread (cornbread). True symbols of an ancient existence, taking advantage of torrents to move the waterwheel, efficient and non-pollutant.
There were more than 42 mills with simple waterwheels in this mountain village shared by “heirs”. In other words, a mill was not a community property but was shared between various families, which entails unique rules and community ties.