A peaceful, welcoming hall that was once the heart of the flour mill
This room was the heart of the old flour mill, containing the turbines that drove the machines. The room is named after the curious system of turbines, which consisted of elevator belts with fixed “spoons” (culleretes). They raised the water to create energy.
Les Culleretes was therefore one of the most important spaces for the smooth running of the flour mill. Today it is a very welcoming space characterised by its Catalan vault, ideal if you wish to hold an event that may require distinct areas.