The small walled garden has a barbecue area and a small oval swimming pool in which you can swim against a current provided by underwater jets.
The oval swimming pool is 7 metres by 3.5 metres and the depth is a constant 1.2 metres.
Steps lead up from the garden to a raised sun terrace.
Outside is one of the small differences between these two mills. In one the outside table is in the shade of a small tree, while the other mill has a linen canopy to provide the shade.
These windmills were built on a ridge to benefit from the 'Portuguese Trade Winds' which blow from the north almost every afternoon in summer. Nowadays these winds no longer power these mills but yachtsmen from northern Europe still use them on their journey to north America.
This is of great benefit to the holiday maker providing cooling breezes preventing the high afternoon temperatures of the rest of Iberia.