It’s one of the most enchanting places in the Prosecco Superiore Hills
Art, culture, history and traditions in one location
It’s one of the most enchanting places in the Prosecco Superiore Hills: the old but still fully functioning Croda watermill and the waterfall next to it will take your breath away.
Built to grind maize and wheat, this magnificent piece of 18th century rural architecture remained in use until the 1950s. It’s one of the many examples of the importance of water for the economy throughout the Prosecco Superiore Hills. It was neglected for a while after it closed, but then it was renovated and opened to the public for guided tours, exhibitions and events. The latter include an unmissable harvest festival in October, featuring folk costumes.
Are you ready to grind some flour and whip up some delicious polenta?