The Pazo de Oca is one of the most beautiful of all the pazos that we can find in Galicia, and it is right on your way through the Sanabrés Way, in one of its last stages, only 5 kilometres away from the Ulla Bridge. It is also popularly known as Versalles Gallegos although some have called it Generalife del Norte. Its gardens of camellias, magnolias and azaleas maintain a French style unique in Spain that provides supreme majesty. That is why it has become one of the most beautiful and most interesting places for tourists in the province of Pontevedra.
Declared an Asset of Cultural Interest of the Spanish Patrimony, the Pazo de Oca, a stately garden whose owners are the Dukes of Mandiceli, is a must-see during your weekend visit to the parish of Oca. In addition to admiring its marvelous plantations, you will enjoy the water fountains derived from two water spouts and an imposing baroque architecture that has been the subject of many magazine photos over the years.
To know more about this estate that is part of the already known Camellia Route, visit schedules and prices, it is essential to take a look at the following guide: Camellia Route. The following guide is essential to know more about this estate, visit schedules and prices of the excursion:
What to see and do in Pazo de Oca?
If we have reached Oca, we cannot exclude from our itinerary a visit to the most extraordinary Galician manor house of all. The Pazo de Oca is unique and incomparable and the reason why we are writing these lines today. We spend a whole day at this farm where flowers, water and palm, walnut and chestnut tree plantations abound to enjoy a relaxing day away from the