Private property not open to the public. It stands near the Romanesque church, and was a medieval fortress. A notable feature is the keep tower to the north, widening the corner angle of this pazo, built on the site of an old castle, with some of the construction material being re-used. One of the pazo doors starts from a flight of steps with a running parapet. Triangular lintel with a shield. On the doorweay over the road, there are two coats of arms.