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The Antimachia Windmill

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The Antimachia Windmill

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Vivienne Dick wrote a review Nov 2020
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An interesting old windmill the small village is quaint and the old Greek house shows how things used to be
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lee W wrote a review Oct 2020
Javea, Spain8 contributions7 helpful votes
So glad we came here ! You are told from the off that the windmill tour is free but you are expected to buy something from the shop (absolutely worth it !) Really friendly people who invited to take a seat whilst we sampled a free tray with a selection of their delicious biscuits and breadsticks made from the flour ground in the windmill from locally sourced wheat. Inside the windmill was really interesting and we were shown how everything works and how the flour is produced. They started the mill and (as it was a windy day) the sails were flying round at an impressive rate ! Inside the grindstones were spinning really fast and it was exciting to be in there with everything working! . We really enjoyed visiting this place and its great for families with kids or couples alike. Excellent experience and the cookies were awesome - we bought bags of them for a bargain 2.5 euro per bag to enjoy later in the week .
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Beeconybeare wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom52 contributions27 helpful votes
We came across the Windmill whilst on a hike to the village of Kefalos. It was lovely to see a restored Greek Windmill and this one was beautiful and worth visiting. The owner is very informative and it was worth the hike. There is also a small gift shop and a restaurant.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Ninasunlover wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom460 contributions135 helpful votes
We thought this would only be a quick stop for a photo after seeing an info board in mastichari mentioning the windmill however it turned out to be a highlight. Admission was free provided you bought something from the shop. While we waited for our turn we were given a free plate of cookies and breadsticks to sample all were made from the flour from the mill and were delicious. The tour itself was short but very informative and interesting. After buying cookies and ice lollies we were then given a free bag of cookies and a magnet. The lady also took some lovely pictures of us all together. Excellent value and well worth a detour to visit.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Rono Travels wrote a review Sep 2020
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We recently visited the windmill whilst in Kos and it was definitely a highlight of our trip! Such friendly people working there- we were given a plate of cookies and breadsticks to try when we arrived and they were delicious! It was free go into the windmill, we were just asked to buy some cookies from the shop. There’s also a donkey next to the windmill. Would definitely recommend a visit here!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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