The Pazo de Reboreda (Reboreda Manor), located in the place of Quintana, is a perfect example of a Galician large house. It was founded in the 17th century by the García Prego de Montaos family, who also left their mark on the architecture of the old town of Redondela (for example, in the Casa da Torre). The country house had a chapel that later became the current parish church (1736). A step joins the pazo with the church. In the atrium there is a cross dating from 1770 and from which there are beautiful views of Redondela. Two coats of arms are preserved on the facade of the manor: the Araújo and Puga family and the Pregos de Montaos, Soutomaior and Troncoso de Lira. Finally, this country house gained much fame thanks to Xoán Manuel Pereira, a 19th-century republican and diplomat, who would be the protagonist of Ramón Otero Pedrayo’s novel “El Señorito de la Reboraina” (1960).