The mill is located to the left when you enter the village, before crossing the characteristic arch of Amaiur
. The Serorategi centre stands to the right next to the church.
The Mill of Amaiur
has been restored and recreates its past for the visitor. It is located on the ground floor of a charming country house. Group visits can be organised to learn about the mill and its operation in detail, as well as tasting sessions for the exquisite talos (bread made with corn flour). If you would like to visit the mill, you can also arrange a visit to coincide with the tasting of talos
The mill also sells the flour it produces, either corn or wheat. Next to the mill a 1-mile walk
starts; it crosses the dam and the channel of the mill and reaches the mythical monolith located on mount Gaztelu.
The Serorategi centre
is the old house of the serora. In the past the seroras were helped the priests with running and cleaning the church. The centre is closed to the public at present.
incluye visita al lagar.
Price of the visit:
Opening hours - Primavera:
- Horario habitual: sábados y domingos a las 12:00. Posibilidad a las 10:00 y 16:30 resevando con antelación. Posibilidad de otros días con reserva previa.
- Semana Santa (del 13 al 28 de abril): días 13, 14 y del 18 al 22, visita a las 12:00, posibilidad a las 10:00 y 16:30 reservando con antelación. Del 23 al 26, posibilidad a las 12:00, concertando con antelación.
- 1 de mayo (festivo): a las 12:00. Posibilidad a las 10:00 y 16:30 reservando con antelación.