Pazo de Salcedo
At the end of the 18th century, the Archbishop Sebastian Malvar Pinto commissioned the construction of this palace intended to be his family residence. The palace is surrounded by an ancient garden with many plant species including a collection of camellias…
.. stone-made accessories such as benches, tables, and flower pots; arbors; fountains and a pond. There are also, many ancient auxiliary buildings scattered along the farm.
Buildings have undergone several transformations during the last two centuries.
Rehabilitation of the palace in 2007 should be highlighted because allowed the preservation of ancient elements in a building intended to house offices and laboratories.