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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The hotel is perfectly situated for relaxing, exploring, meeting, and learning. The food is great. Our hosts, Darrin and Cheri Jones utilize their wide circle of friends and acquaintances to offer such opportunities as visits to local farmers and cheesemakers, lessons in regional cooking (including how to make the biggest tortillas in Mexico!), trip suggestions to colonial churches and rock art sites. And if you’re in a less energetic mood, there are delicious hot springs within reach. Beautiful scenery, fine food, friendly people – the Rio Sonora Valley has ’em all. We’ve gone several times, and always come home refreshed, well-fed, enthusiastic, and ready for more!

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