Jahodná water mill
The water mill at Jahodná has been administered in past decades by the nearby museums in Galenta and Dunajská Streda. However, since they did not have money for its upkeep, they had to sell it. Today it is owned by the Western Slovak Electric Power Company, which has restored it to its original condition.
The village of Jahodná was once known especially for its milling. At the adjacent part of the Small Danube, up to 11 mills were built. Only one has been preserved up to today. Similar landmarks are very rarely found nowadays throughout Slovakia. The mill, named after its original owner and the original mill Maticza, was first a boat mill, but later reconstructed to water bank wheel mill. For a certain amount of time, it also served as a sawmill.
How can we get to the mill?
Route: Dunajská Streda > Malé Dvorník > Dunajský Klátov > Jahodná > Tomášikovo > Trstice > Topoľníky > Dunajská Streda
To the Small Danube water mills
Demands: A non-demanding route, mostly asphalt with short dirt and field sections, suitable for regular and trekking bicycles
Length: 57 km
Attractions on the route: Dunajská Streda, Small Danube water mills - Dunajský Klátov, Jahodná, Tomášikovo
Route: Tomášikovo > Jahodná
3e - Rafting with an instructional path
Length: 10 km
Attractions on the route: 8 stops along the instructional path, including the Tomášikovo and Jahodná water mills