Finca do Espiño Park

The Finca do Espiño Parkinaugurated in 2014, stands out for its impressive botanical and architectural richness. This natural and monumental site is located a few meters from the Sarela River, on a slope that connects with Monte Pedroso.

The plot was owned by Ramón Gutiérrez de la Peña Quiroga, a historic politician who commissioned the construction of the iconic Pazo that presides over the estate between 1910 and 1915, designed by the Compostela modernist architect Jesús López Rego Labarta.

The building has an irregular construction consisting of a two-story residence, a tower and a chapel, in which gargoyles stand out. In addition, this property has a coat of arms, a family symbol of the Gutiérrez de la Peña Quiroga family.

On the other hand, the enclosure offers abundant vegetation and a rich biodiversity, with a large presence of plant and zoological species. Among them, there is an oak grove with 250 trees at the entrance of the estate and a garden with various tree species, an area of fruit trees, orchard, meadows and pastures.

Visitors can contemplate camellias more than 80 years old, a hundred holly trees and rare species in Galicia, such as a Norway spruce and an araucaria. The space is completed with chestnut trees, magnolias, shrubs and plants of all kinds.

In addition, the viewpoint installed in the park offers a wonderful view of the Cathedral of Santiago, the Alameda de Compostela and other characteristic spaces of the Galician capital.

In short, the Finca do Espiño complex extends over 18,000 square meters of green and monumental areas and is one of the most interesting botanical sites in the city.

To facilitate the visit and enjoyment of the site, the City Council of Santiago installed a series of picnic areas, benches and stone tables overlooking the historic center.


Summer (April - September): from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Winter (October - March): from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.


18,000 square meters.


Estrada Corredoira Espiño, 1

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It has rest areas and picnic areas.


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