Flour mill and was named after an image of San Antonio that once was located on an existing niche in the facade. It has been in operation until the mid-twentieth century, when the building was used to build boats to cross the Guadalquivir.
The river floods and changes in hydraulics, structural reforms have led successive. Its current state is a result of rehabilitation designed by architect Juan Basin and ending in 2008. Her recovery highlights the wood deck, building bodies, the breakwater dam and communicating with other mills.
It is currently conceived as a showroom and has permanent times visit.