Castelo de Vimianzo

This fortress of medieval origin is in good conservation status and is converted into a museum where you can see various permanent craftwork exhibitions.
Castelo de Vimianzo
Castelo de Vimianzo
Provincial heritage
Costa da Morte » Vimianzo

This medieval fortress, located next to the road from A Coruña to Fisterra, has irregular polygonal shape with four towers oriented to the four winds.

The tower to the east, has a small access door at the courtyard level that goes down to the basement of the tower; it's the largest one and  it retains the oldest stone. The highest tower is the south one, the main one, or the Homage Tower, that dominates the access to the castle. Facing the courtyard is an L-shaped building, which supports the walls and north and east towers .

The last interventions, being the fortress property of the Deputación of A Coruña, were projected and directed by the architect Luis Gorozarri del Valle .

The first weekend of July the Asalto al Castelo is celebrated in this place, a festival where the Revoltas Irmandiñas are remembered.

 

SCHEDULE:

Reopening from June 5th, 2020

From June 5th to 15th: open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

From June 16th to September 15th:

Open Tuesday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

 

More information:

Visitor service telephone number (Monday to Friday): 981 716 001 (ext. 1235)

turismo@vimianzo.gal.

With the collaboration of the Vimianzo City Council

INFORMATION CONCERNING THE CORONAVIRUS:

  • The entrance to the places must be done with a mask that each person must wear, except for children under 6 years.
  • Distance rules are compulsory and the maximum capacity indicated for each venue must be respected.
  • There is hydroalcoholic gel at your disposal.

The visitor assistance services offered by the A Coruña Provincial Council are free.

Additional Information: Heritage and Contracting Service. Phone: +34 981 080 314 / +34 981 080 300.

http://www.dacoruna.gal/patrimonio/