Visits to the house

A visit to the Casa-Museo Uxío Novoneyra allows you to discover the spaces where the poet conceived and worked on his work; rooms, office, garden, and also the centuries-old chestnut trees of our grove in Rubial.

You will learn about the typical construction of a large mountain farmhouse once dedicated to cattle breeding, and you will also enjoy Novoneyra’s personal library (engravings, manuscripts, calligrams) and the family art collection.

Visits are always guided and last approximately an hour and a half. They are conducted only with small groups, so advance reservation is mandatory.

RESERVATIONS: 622 20 94 29 · 671 44 52 47

How to get there

Parada, 1 – Folgoso do Courel

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From Quiroga: LU-651 Seoane / Folgoso Exit “Devesa da Rogueira”.

From Pedrafita: (exit 432 from A6) LU-633 LU-651 O Caurel / Quiroga

Opening hours

Saturday from 11 am to 1 pm in the morning, and from 4 pm to 6 pm in the afternoon.

The Foundation remains closed during Christmas and New Year holidays.

Practical information


  • Regular – €5
  • Reduced – €4 (seniors, students and educators, under 16 years old)

Rules and recommendations

In order to protect the literary heritage preserved and exhibited at the Uxío Novoneyra Foundation and to create the necessary atmosphere to enjoy the visit, the following is not allowed:

  • Eating, drinking, or smoking in the rooms and in the garden.
  • Touching objects or works of art.
  • Running through the corridors and rooms of the Casa-Museo.
  • Introducing bags, backpacks, or items larger than 40×40 cm.
  • Introducing or using umbrellas, selfie sticks, flares, hiking equipment, or sharp objects.
  • Selling photographs or videos taken at the Casa-Museo without permission from the Foundation.
  • Using a laser pointer in the rooms.
  • The entry of animals, except guide dogs.

Security measures

Due to the exceptional pandemic situation, the Foundation must establish a series of rules that must be followed for the common good:

  • Do not enter if you have symptoms (fever, cough, or difficulty breathing).
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory throughout the premises.
  • Maintain a safe interpersonal distance of 2m at all times.
  • Avoid touching surfaces and objects unnecessarily.
  • Use the hand sanitizer dispensers available to disinfect hands frequently.
  • Do not remove the mask and cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.
  • Use the trash cans provided by the Foundation to dispose of tissues and other items.

Thank you for helping us protect our literary heritage and the health of everyone.

Book your visit

Reservations must be made at least 24 hours in advance, by phone at 646 564 749 and 696 505 894, by email at, or by using this form.