11.- Palace of the García de Tineo Palace developed around a circular tower from the 14th century. located at the back of the current building (on La Luna street. and next to which the Way of Saint James passes along). Around the tower a palace was built presenting its main façade towards the main street of Tineo. looking towards the parish church and the old monastery of San Pelayo. This main façade has an access door with a pointed arch and very sharp voussoirs. displaced from the axis of the canvas. Two lintelled windows appear on the right side of the lower floor. The escutcheon of the Tineo family is displayed on the façade. To the left of the escutcheon there is a double-arched window. supported by small columns and framed by a decorative alfiz. The rest of the holes in the façade correspond to flat balconies with wrought iron parapets. The palace currently holds the Cultural Centre of Tineo. It was declared a Cultural Interest Site in 2004.