Molina (mill) gets its name from the many centuries-old mills driven by the force of the same watercourses that form the wonderful falls in the Park.

The earliest evidence of a settlement in Molina and of its origins linked to the milling activity date back to 6th September 910 AD, when King Berengar I sanctioned with a royal diploma that his loyal Bertelo could take possession of the fields, vineyards, pastures and waterways, woods and industrious mills of this area.

Visiting Molina is an opportunity to take a relaxing break in the midst of nature, discovering unforgettable landscapes: the town is surrounded by green meadows and woodland and lies in the middle of three deeply embedded valleys between steep wooded slopes and vertiginous rocky walls.
The village has preserved its characteristic medieval architectural features, typical of the western Lessini Mountains, where locally quarried sedimentary stone, Scaglia Rossa, extracted in slabs or in ashlars, has always been used for building.

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