Torno de las Olivas.
The main, and most interesting, features of the molino aceitero can still be seen: the huge beam with at one end the virgenes with lateral slits and at the opposite end the screw in its fitting, the tuerca.
Take a look at Castilsabás in order to get a better understanding of how it all fits together.
A few steps away, it probably was a separate room, is the place where the olives were broken. We can still find the mill stone on its axle together with the supports for the feeding system (cfr Olsón). The wooden hopper itself is gone.