A CONSTRUCTION OF 6 CENTURIES OF ANTIQUENESS
The only Lordship of Galicia, important part of Spanish history and culture
A fort tower of the XII century –belonging to the Caamaño family- is the origin of the Pazo de Rubianes. D. García Caamaño builds his residence in the land of Rubianes in the early XV century, just as it can be red in the Stone that rises over the ark in the entrance. “This house was made by D. García Caamaño in the year 1,411″. Years later, in march of 1,441, Duke García Caamaño founds the Villa of García, today known as Vilagarcía de Arousa,
The chapel was build by Duke Josepe Caamaño y Mendoza, Lord of the House of Rubianes in 1,958, dedicated to San José. In its interior, it can be contemplated a singular altarpiece of the XVI Century and several images of that time.
In the XVIII Century, the Lord of the House of Rubianes -Duke Jacobo Ozores- was exiled to France by the King Carlos IV. In his return, Duke Jacobo finds the property
Such as can be read on the Stone rising over the ark of the entrance: “This house was made by D. García Caamaño in the year 1,411”. Years later, in march of 1,441, Duke García Caamaño founds the Villa de García, today known as Vilagarcía de Arousa. The original palace of early XV Century was rebuilt in the XVIII Century by D. Jacobo Ozores, Lord of Rubianes.
With a surface close to 70 has, the land of the Pazo de Rubianes is today a referent in the world of the Camellia and the wine of the Rías Baixas in Galicia. Sited in the region of the Salnés, in the Ría of Arousa, the property has been done –in the last decades- important works of recovery of the constructions, the historical garden and the plantation and startup of the vineyard exploitation.