From the Pazo de Rubiane, we make it possible to visit a historical Galician garden where the camellia stands out as the main theme. The unique botanical species of plants such as the gigantic eucalyptus, the magnolia grandiflora, the elegant Cryptomeria japonica, Spain’s first camphors, the magnificent Araucaria that are classified as Galician senlleira trees, the pepper eucalyptus trees, the American oak forest, the carballeira, and the centennial cork oaks, make the visit to the garden of the Pazo de Rubianes a unique experience.
The bordures of the centennial boxwood, the French garden with its maze, the frog pond, and many more corners to discover. The botanical park of Pazo de Rubianes is declared a Garden of Excellence by the International Society of the Camellia.
The visit guided by the Pazo de Rubianes estate staff covers the garden, the most extensive vineyard in the region of Salnés with several vine training systems, and with an educational area to learn more about Albariño cultivation, the interior of the Pazo where you can learn about Galician manor house architecture with the distinguished rooms, dining hall and library, the chapel, and it concludes at the 16th century wine cellar where visitors will taste the Albariño from Pazo de Rubianes along with the organic cheese made by the family at the Casa Grande Xanceda.
The visits are by appointment and the options are: Guided visits for groups of more than 10 people: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Guided visits for smaller groups or individuals: Wednesday at 11:00 AM and Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays at 11:30 AM. Unguided visits from Monday to Thursday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM in July and August, and from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM during the rest of the year.