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All reviews biscuits working order enthusiastic staff free samples bread well worth a visit lovely visit traditional house explained everything staff were lovely tour guide piece of history entrance fee flour monkeys sails camera
A very interesting and educational visit. The staff were lovely and I learnt a lot from a very hands on experience.The ouzo cookies just melt in the mouth wish we'd bought more. A word of warning though beware of the donkey who likes eating clothes.
Visited the Antimachia Windmill in July when we visited Kos for the first time. We were so impressed by this resorted and fully functioning windmill! The biscuits made on site with the flour produced by the windmill were so nice! Loads of flavours both sweet...More
We visited the windmill last year and enjoyed what we saw so decided to return agin this year. It was like coming home Anastasia greeted us like long lost family, she would not allow us to pay a second time and again showed us round....More
It was great to see this fully restored windmill in working mode during our visit. Entry cost is 2.5 euros. Staircase is curved and low ceilings. The demo of the working mechanism is interesting. Worth visiting.
We visited this charming windmill the first time on a tour bus. This unfortunately meant that there were crowds of people and we were constraint for time.
We none the less got some wonderful photos from the helpful staff who couldn’t do enough to please....More
We stopped here briefly on a recent excursion ‘Discovering Kos’ - as we were with a guide it was only €1 to enter. He showed us how the flour was made and told us the story, we then had photos outside, staff were lovely, although...More
Nice to see this restored working windmill. A piece of history. Small cost of €2.50 per person to see inside the windmill and also have a sample of cookies from the flour produced by the windmill. We were lucky that there was a breeze and...More
As this was our first visit to Kos we decided to visit several of the landmarks and destinations recommended by users on TripAdvisor.
The Windmill of the Priest was highly recommended so we decided to give it a visit, and like most tourists do, we...More
We rented a scooter for a few days and went exploring the island. This was by far the biggest let down of any attraction. We were expecting something traditional, perhaps alone atop a hill. Nope. Just a windmill sat at the side of the road....More
The windmill itself is very pretty however the people who work there stand infront of the windmill so you cannot get a good photo. They also won’t let you use the toilet unless you buy a drink from the little shop. Quite boring. Cool donkey...More