The mill is on the Barranco de Abellada which flows to the Río Guatizalema.
The entrance is protected by a porch which is built against the mill. The roof of this shelter is a bit lower though. The whole configuration is very similar to Bara. But we've seen porches at other mills also (e.g. Buetas or Letosa).
There are very few traces of the former canal and reservoir and what's left if hidden below a dense vegetation.
What I understand as the head of the pond is shown in (6). The mill with the stones is in the background. Pict. 2 shows the same spot from aside. It is quite possible that an open tube brought the water down to the cárcavo (8, 9).
I couldn't find any indication that water was taken from the main flow (Bco de Abellada). It is difficult to believe, though, that there wasn't.