Windmill of Moidrey

Not far from Mount-Saint-Michel, near the town of Pontorson in Normandy, France, is the Windmill of Moidrey. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was built in 1886, and is operational today. Wheat, buckwheat and rye flour are milled here and are available for purchase at the mill.

Be sure to stop by on your way to visit Mount-Saint-Michel, it is an interesting site to see. There is a small fee to see the mill in action.

As always, I love hearing from my readers, so please leave a comment.

Wishing you grand adventures!

Tricia

9 Comments Add yours

  1. I wish we could get our flour from here

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  2. PedroL says:

    Lovely windmills 🙂 greetings from Portugal, PedroL

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    1. Thank you PedroL! We have not yet been to Portugal, but it is high on our list.

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      1. PedroL says:

        You definitely should come, wait for this virus to be controlled and then come 🙂 be well and safe, regards PedroL

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      2. We are planning to move to France later this year, which will make it easier to visit Portugal, and many other destinations in Europe. Take care!

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      3. PedroL says:

        Cool, good luck in France… actually I lived in Nice for a while, it was fine 🙂 PedroL

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  3. Lisa Baker says:

    These windmills are gorgeous! What beautiful photographs.

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