Located in the foothills of Mount A Pastora, in the environs of an old Castro, lie the remains of the old parish church of Santa Mariña, Cambados patroness.
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Located on Mount A Pastora, very close to the ruins of Santa Mariña. It was built in the late XVI century by Juan Fariña, notary of the town, and placed under the patronage of Buen Jesús and the Virgin of Las Nieves, the latter replaced by the…
Beautiful pedestrian street connecting the center of Cambados with the fishing village of San Tomé. In this street we find the Moltó Pazo, the Hospital Chapel and Santa Margarita Chapel.
Ordered the construction of the lords of Bazán and Alonso Troncoso y Sotomayor. It was the old XVI century Royal Hospital, which nowadays houses a café and a renowned restaurant with a Michelin star.
Formerly known as the chapel of San Roque, was part of the pazo belonging to the family of Abraldes, disappeared in the XVIII century and of which only the chapel remained standing. In front of the chapel, we can see a stone cross, typical …
The Conference and Exhibition Hall José Peña was inaugurated on March 25, 2011, and contains within its walls nearly a century of history. The name that has been given is the founder of the canning and ex Cambados Mayor, José Peña Oubiña.
Diego de Zárate and Murga, I Montesacro Marquis by decree of Felipe V, built in the town of San Tomé, the Montesacro Pazo in the XVIII century, the Baroque style of the time.
It is attached to the Pazo of Montesacro, and was built at the same time as this one, in the XVIII century. It is semi-public and it venerates to Virgin of Valvanera, Rioja tradition brought to this land by the Marquis of Montesacro.
The discovery of the tomb of St. James in the early IX century and the subsequent lifting of the cathedral, caused these watchtowers arise to defend the Arosa estuary, and Compostela, from attacks by Normans and Vikings.