Constructed in 1784 on the orders of Marquesa de Villena and Condessa de San Esteban de Gormaz, in between centenialpoplars, willows and aspens, it actually owes its name to the springs in the grounds.
Owned by several different landowners, in 1904 it was acquired by “El Molino de los Ojos” Society. A period of restoration, incorporating the basement and electricity generating turbine. In 1956 grain milling ceased, but until 1960, it controlled irrigation. Today, since 1998, we now know it as the Ecomuseum covering four floors.
It comes within the Tourist Stimulation Programme, working to recover traditional skills. It´s responsible for activities such as an exhibition of Sheep Shearing, Bread making with milled flour, the harvest, wine tastings, and pig slaughter.
Open from 1st July – 15th September, from Wednesday-Friday, 10.00-14.00 & 17.00-20.00. Weekends 10.00-20.00
Other months, weekends, public holidays & long weekends: 11.00-14.00.