The unnamed Zoutelande Mill, a beautifully preserved corn mill that has been an iconic part of the landscape since 1722. This round stone ground-sailor, with an impressive flight of 21.40 meters, offers a unique glimpse into the rich mill history of the region.
What can you expect at Zoutelande Mill?
- Historical Architecture: Admire the magnificent structure of Zoutelande Mill, a round stone ground-sailor that has been adorning the landscape for nearly three centuries.
- Insight into Mill History: Discover the history of this mill, which served as the successor to a blown-over post mill. Parts of the foundation of this predecessor are still visible.
- Restoration and Maintenance: The mill, owned by the municipality of Veere, was carefully restored in 2008 and is lovingly maintained by a team of dedicated volunteers.
- Miller at Work: Experience the operation of the mill up close. The mill is operated by a voluntary miller and is usually in operation on Saturdays when there is sufficient wind.
Zoutelande Mill is not just a magnificent monument but also a vibrant place where the tradition of the milling craft continues.
- Location: Zoutelande Mill is located at Molenweg in Zoutelande, easily accessible and a perfect stop during a walking or cycling tour in the region.
- Viewings: The mill is open for viewing on Saturdays when there is sufficient wind.
Furthermore Zoutelande Mill is near the following sights: Catharinakerk (±250 m), Bunker Museum (±700 m), Zoutelande Lighthouse (±750 m), Bicycle rental Koppejan (±1,0 km) & Duintop Zoutelande (±1,2 km).