Located behind City Hall on the main plaza, it was the first mill of its kind in the region built in 1764. The mill was in operation until the second half of the 20th Century.

A visit to the mill much like traveling in time as you will see the old stone works where untold tons of grains were milled into flour sustaining the people of Banamichi for centuries.

Historic Mill at Banamichi

Historic Mill at Banamichi

 

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First of all I’m a little bias in that the owners of La Posada are my friends, but I think I can be objective enough. First of all I like the location, right on the main plaza, across from the church, you’re right in the middle of everything. Then I love the convenience of the restaurant with the doors and windows that open to the outside, great place to sit and beyond the food, connect to the internet to take care of the necessaries. The food is simple, but predictably good, typical of foods from that region. The rooms are more than comfortable. I traveled many years down there before it was ever possible to find the comfort level that one experiences at the hotel. And for me, its a place that connects to the town, the feeling is one of Sonora, not something owned and transplanted by Americans. The owners have done a good job of keeping that intact.

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