The nature reserve mill in the idyllic Faludi valley. In recent years “Jimmy” Taschek, from Rechnitz, has laboriously fenced in the plot he acquired around the mill in the Faludi valley, partly renovated the old mill building and created a little gem in the municipality of Rechnitz. The ancillary mill building, which has an original vaulted cellar, has also been converted. The mill is used for cultural events, such as readings, concerts, etc.
The mill grounds are worth visiting. In addition to Mandarin ducks, there are also turtles and mallards, crayfish and fish in the newly created biotope. The “nature reserve mill” is supposed to be a reminder of traditional Rechnitz mills and was the fifth of 13 mills along the Faludi river. It was destroyed towards the end of the 15th century during the Turkish Wars and rebuilt at the start of the 16th century. A carved doorway gives the date when the wheel room was built, in 1624.