Built in the 17th century on a tower dating back to the 15th century. The two-storey, L-shaped building has a wooden gallery with the best views imaginable of the Arousa and Pontevedra estuaries. The building is surrounded by a magnificent granite masonry wall that encloses the 10,000 m2 estate. Other elements of interest are a 17th century chapel and a large raised granary.
It is owned by the town council and has recently been completely refurbished to be used as a Centre for the Gastronomic Culture of the Rías Baixas.