Plaza de Fefiñáns
The manor has a square with numerous doorways, windows with triangular dust caps, small gables, Renaissance busts and balconies (three of them rounded with iron railings that look like pulpits against the façade, occupying opposite angles on the first and second floor). Also worth noting are the large crests located on the two main doors, as well as its crenellated and emblazoned tower, with spillway gargoyles, that is taller than the rest of the building. There is also an arched bridge, emblazoned twice, with a Barroque balustrade; which joins the manor and small orchard with a larger orchard, big garden with valuable vegetable varieties, two fountains and vestige tower made for defensive purposes for the manor back in the day. Location: Fefiñáns neighbourhood, in the town of Cambados.