This paper mill is the last mill in activity situated on the banks of the river Dure (there were 67 mills in 1845) at the end of the Dure valley. It is the last Languedoc working hand made paper mill of what was a rich paper industry dating from the end of the 17th century.
It is open 363 days a year and is approached from the parking area via a lovely walk way through an arboretum along the banks of the river Dure on one side, and on the other a stream and huge granite boulders.
You can feel the history as you are guide around with the old machinery still in use today. Experience this thousand year craft old of hand made paper for yourself. Its great fun!
There is also a café on the river bank and a boutique where you can buy paper and quills etc.
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