Moulin de Cocussotte

Patrimoine culturel

The Moulin de Cocussotte is a site registered in the parks and gardens of France, laid out on an island with basins, water circuits, waterfalls and pontoon framing a water mill with a moving water wheel, developed banks, mill eel. In the garden there is a traditional bread oven and a hexagonal gazebo. 1st fish ladder established on the Dropt. Sale of products: jams, flour, postcards, mini-flea market, plants... The tour guided by a country storyteller has 3 parts: - history of the mill and information on the vertical and horizontal water wheels, - history of the pipeline du Dropt: projects, works, activities, - discovery of an eel trap (very rare fixed trap intended for catching eels) Refreshment offered at the end of the visit (wide choice of cold drinks).

Due to the covid-19 health crisis, the Moulin de Cocussotte is open from June by appointment for visits in small groups of 5 people.

GPS : 44.6546955 | 0.21605729
Phone : +33 5 53 83 83 44
Jacques Constantin - propriétaire - Cellphone : +33 6 74 16 46 82

Opening : The site is open from May to September, in the afternoon from Wednesday to Sunday. Guided tour at 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. By appointment the rest of the year for individuals and groups. Possibility of picnic on site.


Group : yes 12 minimum 50 maximum

Visiting conditions : Unaccompanied tours, Guided tours

Activities on the spot : Specific themed events, Temporary exhibitions

Services : Shop

Facilities : Pram-friendly, Picnic area

Languages : English, French

Prices :
Basic price - full adult price 5,00€ Carte adhérent donnant droit à l'entrée libre toute l'année.
Group price 4,00€ Tarif à partir de 13 personnes

Means of payment : Cheques and postal orders, Cash