This pazo was part of a defensive-type building. built by Don Suero de Oca at the end of the 15th century. In the 18th century it was transformed into a baroque agricultural and residential complex. Inside it boasts the oldest baroque garden in Galicia. which can be visited. Distributed over several terraces and dominated by the presence of water. its layout. from the second decade of the 18th century. is the product of a reinterpretation of the French landscape tradition. It is composed of standalone spaces. each with their own character. The baroque game of perspectives and the flow of water is combined with granite and unusual plant species. The Pazo de Oca belongs to the Casa Ducal de Medinaceli Foundation and is part of the *Route of the Camellia*. a themed tour through Galicia passes through 12 pazos and gardens. both public and private. with around 8.000 varieties of camellias in gardens linked to Galicia's historical heritage. It was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest of Spanish heritage.