Palacio del Conde del Valle

Palace built between the 18th and 20th centuries, made up of two rectangular bodies that make up an L-shaped floor plan, with four levels (the ground floor, two floors and an attic only in the front body). The main façade (located in the center of the long side of the body that is located just above the road along which the Camino de Santiago runs), is articulated with a double arcade on the lower floor, on which there are three lintelled windows with an iron balcony that precedes them, all presided over by the large shield corresponding to the Suárez, Guanes and Borbolla families. Next to the palace, within his estate, a bread basket is located.

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