Pan mill in Jahodná, in the south-west of Slovakia, is one of the interesting wooden water mills on the river Malý Dunaj.
The mill stands next to the village in the colony of holiday cottages Alba Régia. It is accessible by boat when navigating down the stream of the river Malý Dunaj, a favourite summer activity of young people. The section of the stream near the mill is rather fast and partially obstructed by picturesque little islands with exuberant vegetation.
The mill was reconstructed in 1999 and now the company Západoslovenské energetické závody owns it. At present it is closed to public, only its exterior can be contemplated.
Source: Vydavateľstvo Dajama