Pazo do Faramello hides a wealth of history, nature, culture and scenery behind its walls. A Galician ancestral home linked to illustrious figures such as Rosalía de Castro or Emilia Pardo Bazán, it houses the historic remains of what was once the Royal Paper Factory of Faramello. It also features scenic attractions, such as its French garden and garden called Xardín do Recordo, as well as architectural jewels such as its baroque terrace, chapel or stone crosses.
The owner himself guides groups around all of these areas, an itinerary in which he explains the history of the property, highlights its matchless surroundings and concludes with a wine tasting. There is a general tour and, on request, the possibility of touring inside the building. The estate has a function hall with its own kitchen.
Visiting hours: Every day: 12am and 5pm.
Price: 10 € (Includes guided tour + Galician D.O. tasting wine glass)
Individual guided tours during the week, check availability (reservation required)
Special visits are organized for groups on any day of the week
Free children up to 12 years old
Estimated duration: 1h 25 min
NOTE. The house has set in motion a charity initiative in which guided tours are carried out free of charge for school children in exchange for the donation of a tree for the Xardín do Recordo, in order to reforest this area.
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