This mill has a rectangular shape including four bays, with an elevation of four floors. Several attachments were added to the main building at different times, depending on the needs of the industry (workshops for carpentry, blacksmithing, house of the doorman, etc.). Shortly before the mill you can see the settling ponds used to clean the water before its entry into the mill.
Attached to this mill we found the Molí Torro. It is a flour mill from the 17th century. It consists of a rectangular plan with simple facade and a sloping roof. It was in 1764 when we learnt about its belonging to the family Torró, who give the building its name.