The Mylnå mill in Volda has traditions dating back to 1864 when it was built on the Øyraelva (Oyra River). Powered by hydroelectricity, Mylnå was built as a modern village mill, where 3 grinders were lined up, operating from an underlying drive shaft. Today, the two original grinders still have their motors and V-belt drives. Mylnå also had two wood-fired grinding plate dryers—these are also intact, one of which is in use and has been fitted with electric heating. The family business has developed well over the years, find out more when you visit.