Pazo da da Torre Touza or Touza
Today is dedicated to rural tourism
It was built in the sixteenth century by the captain of the thirds of Flanders Gregorio Vázquez Ozores and later renovated in the eighteenth century. Plant granite building consisting of two bays United squad with a tower at the intersection of the two forming an area of ??over 400 square meters.
The stately façade is oriented northwest where it extends an open courtyard where you can find other minor buildings and the chapel.
Pazo de Cadaval Urzáiz
Pazo existing private residence and in the fourteenth century Basque military property of Cadaval Gámez, follower of Peter the Cruel.
U Plant with a central staircase leading to the main floor with balcony. Surrounded by gardens, with barn and chapel.
Pazo de Cea
This stately home has been declared historical artistic monument. Its plant is in an "L" in ashlar masonry with masonry at the corners, portal and chapel.
At the gate reads: "It was by D. Bernardo de Cea Tomay Anel and 1813." However, there are references to the manor in sixteenth-century documents designated as first lord of the manor to Don Juan de Cea, abbot of San Fiz de Nigrán.
Today the manor is private and belongs to the family Cea.
Pazo de Brito or Abacial
Built by Captain Don Martin de Brito in the late seventeenth century. This function was captain Bridge Keeper Ramallosa. In the mid-nineteenth century went through donation to Ovispado currently being inhabited by the pastor.
Its architectural interest is lower. It consists of two bays of building a squad together in simple exterior stone staircase leading into a skid.
Pazo de Lamelas
It lies in the parish of Priegue. Data from the late seventeenth century and was built by the lineage of Armida.
The house has been renovated substantially losing its original character, with the chapel which best preserves its original condition.
Pious or Pazo de Arias.
Its construction is of the seventeenth century and has undergone several reforms since its origins. Today belongs to the religious community of the Apostolic Ladies.
The main façade is the front door lintel, has two columns and Doric capitals type. On the main floor is a balcony and on each side shields..