The ERHG and Xunta de Galicia have awarded the enamel plaques and diplomas to the Historic Gardens of Galicia as members of the ERHG
The event was celebrated on April 12th 2023 in Santiago de Compostela and was hosted by an important representation of Galician authorities
The nine gardens that are part of the Camelia’s Route in Galicia joined the ERHG Association under the representation the partner Xunta de Galicia and its Tourism Board in 2021.
The nine gardens are:
- Alameda de Santiago de Compostela
- Pazo de Lourizán (Pontevedra)
- Pazo de Mariñán (Bergondo)
- Pazo de Oca (A Estrada)
- Pazo Quinteiro da Cruz (Ribadumia)
- Pazo de Rubianes (Vilagarcia de Arousa)
- Pazo de Santa Cruz de Rivadulla (Vedra)
- Pazo-Museo Quiñones de León (Vigo)
- Castillo de Soutomaior (Soutomaior)
The event was celebrated on April 12th 2023 in Santiago de Compostela and was hosted by an important representation of Galician authorities:
Nava Castro Domínguez, Tourism director, Xunta de Galicia; Belén do Campo Piñeiro, Xeral director of Cultural Heritage, Xunta de Galicia; Mª del Carmen Martínez Insua, Xeral director Cultural Heritage, Xunta de Galicia; Gonzalo Trenor, Delegate in A Coruña, Xunta de Galicia; Maria Milagros Castro Sánchez, Councilor responsible for Social Policies, Health, Environment and Parks and Gardens of the Santiago de Compostela City Council; Carlos Martinez, Mayor of Vedra; Alejandra Pérez, Mayor of Bergondo; David Castro, Mayor of Ribadumia; Álvaro Carou García, Councilor for Tourism and New Technologies of the City Council of Vilagarcía de Arousa; Carmen Salinero Corral, President of the Spanish Camellia Society (SEC)
The member of the ERHG Board, Xavier Flores, attended the event representing the European Route of Historic Gardens.