Located in a beautiful valley in the town of Santa María de Tebra, Torre de Tebra and its surrounding land are very close to the Miño river and to Portugal too. It is in the municipality of Tomiño, south of the province of Pontevedra and it is in the Autonomous Community of Galicia.
The forest in which the tower is immersed, with an area of 12 hectares, is the ideal place to promenade, to relax and to unwind by contemplating the natural life that can be observed along the year.
QUALITY IN DETAILS
The landscape of the wide valley, the tranquility of rural life, the fragrances of nature ... Torre de Tebra has an excellent location close to interesting towns, beautiful beaches, as well as multiple attractions offered by the Rias Baixas and the North of Portugal, with outstanding examples of natural, historical and cultural heritage.
ROOMS & SUITES
It has 12 King Size rooms with full bathroom, two living rooms, a library and a dining area composed of dining room.
Historians say that the Torre de Tebra was erected by Pedro Álvarez de Soutomaior (Pedro Madruga) in 1478 and demolished in 1482 by order of Isabel de Castilla and Fernando de Aragon (the Catholic Kings).