The Campos Palace, also known as the Magdalena or Santa María de Villar house, has its origins in the 15th century, having undergone various reforms and extensions in later centuries, to configure the monumental complex that has survived to this day and that It was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in ¿? As an outstanding testimony of the stately architecture of western Asturias.
The complex is made up of the main building, the chapel and various auxiliary buildings, all included in a large plot surrounded by a walled enclosure.
The palace is a rectangular-shaped building, with a ground floor for storage and services and the upper floor for the lords’ residence. It has a solid appearance, the openings are regularly distributed on the first floor.
The palace belonged successively to the Saavedra, the Villar, the Miranda-Omaña and the Magdalena families, with a shield with the arms of the Miranda family appearing on the main façade.