In the village of Voukolies, only 27 km south west of the prefecture of Chania, one of the mills that existed and operated in the area until a few decades ago, is restored and operates. The name Mulino Veneziano is due to the habit of the inhabitants to bring anything old to the Venetian era. The mill is restored and works reviving the grinding of grains. The process is done with a set of millstones. The bottom stone is fixed, the top one rotates and the slight gap between allows the wheat grains to getbetween the stones. Through the premises exhibits the visitors can form a complete picture of the process that starts from the plowing and ends up in the flour. Using all their senses, listening to the sound of the mill, smelling and feeling the flour, visitors get a true understanding of the production of a valuable product.