The essence of Galicia to be discovered in one single Pazo*
The last manor crossed by the Way of St, James opens its centennial walls for the first time in 300 years of fascinating history.
Hidden from the outside world, across its stone walls we will leave behind any resonance other than the nature in its splendor, the constant murmur of the water will be our soundly companion from now on.
Ponds, swimming pools, fountains, canals, natural pools… the fusion of rock and water transmits a unique spirituality and tells the story of the Manor House, a former paper mill, the best that was ever made in Galician land and as such the only that proudly wore the Royal Crown.
Enjoy the perfectly kept French nineteenth-century gardens spread across more than two hectares leaning out in terraces over a tiny canyon, pause at the edge of the crystalline river´s natural waterfalls wich borders the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James), stroll through ancient vineyards dotted with more than 50 species of fruit trees that will bring you back lost flavors, admire the remains of the most legendary fort of the Celtic Queens, visit one of the eldest industrial mills in Galicia, lose yourself in an ancient stone chapel which altar was made by the same hands as those of the Great Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela…
Monday to Friday at 12 am, 5 pm and 7 pm
Make sure to book in advance
Estimated time: 1 hour, 15 min
Price: 10 €
Free for children up to the age of 12