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Museum of Mud

The mill had to start building in the late s. XVIII, caused by the establishment of sa Cabaneta. In the tower, under the niche that kept the image of its patron saint, Santa Barbara, there is the date of 1809, probably the date of completion of the construction.

From the s. XVIII, the mill was owned by the Nadal family, until in 1997 it was bought by the City Council. At the moment in the mill one is “The Museum of the Mud” (Museu del Fang).

The painter Pere Sureda i Montaner lived in the mill from the year 1937 until 1983, the year in which he died. He left his mark in the form of drawings, a can and a vase with flowers, as a graphite on the eastern façade.

Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. August closed.

Address: C / Molí, nº 4 Sa Cabaneta.

Phone: 971 79 76 24