Unlike Gaiman , sleepy Dolavon (pop. 2,481) has never become a tourist town, but the brick buildings along its silent streets evince a greater architectural harmony than its larger neighbor—even though, founded in 1919, it’s much newer.
Its major landmark, the Molino Harinero (1930), is a former grain mill that now houses a museum and the restaurant La Molienda (Maipú 61, tel. 02965/49-2290). Norias (waterwheels) in nearby canals still distribute Río Chubut water to the fields and orchards.
From the Trelew  terminal, Empresa 28 de Julio runs 10 buses daily to and from Dolavon via Gaiman.