The last historical manor crossed by The Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago) welcomes you for
the first time in three centuries of fascinating history. Crossing its ancient walls, you will start a
journey through time and senses in priviledged natural and arquitectural surroundings...
** Reception of groups
Descending through and old stone way down by the river canyon. Magical ancient oak forest.
** Chapel of Cultural Interest
Chapel of 1774, baroque altarpiece made by the Master Joseph Gambino, 18th Century Stone Cross (Piece declared of Cultural Interest).
** French Gardens
19th Century. Stone Cross by 18th Century (Piece declared of Cultural Interest). Roof gardens on top of the old paper factory.
** Paper manufacturer
Industrial mills of the first paper manufacturer in Galicia, 1710. The Real Fábrica
** The Way of St. James
Walk the trails of the traditional Portuguese Camino de Santiago by the river forests.
** Stone bridge
Return to the manor by a charming camellia walk by the river.
** Baroque style terrace
Compostelan baroque style terrace. Japanese Plums forming an astonishing stone forest.
** 19th century fountain
In a garden surrounded by all kind of fruit trees. Factory's old stone canal.
** 18th century dam
Waterfalls. Traditional meditation rock for the pilgrims, dubbed the “The Innkeeper's Tits”.
** Wine cellar
Exhibition of painting and glass of wine tasting.
Saturdays and Sundays. 12noon
€8 / €5 for pillgrims
Includes guided tour and wine tasting
+34 675 041 555
Special tours are available for groups.