A village located on the slope of "Montes albos", from where it takes its name. On the façade of St Mary´s church stand four figurative corbels that served as support for a covered area that is no longer in place; Inside the temple, you have to see an expressive image of the Crucified located in an arcosolium.
Manzalvos has at least five outstanding well-built large eighteenth century houses, including one with an L-shaped floor plan, with a wooden balcony open to the patio, and another with a U shape plan, a door under a semicircular arch and windows with Ogee arches and an epigraph on which can we read:
NICOLÁS YVAN AND ANTONIO
BRITO BY SURNAME PRIEST
INSTRUCTS THEM TO CONSTRUCT THIS BUILDING IN THE YEAR 1716
Don Domingo is a two-storey mill located at the foot of the Cádvos River, near Manzalvos, which has an infrequent overhanging balcony supported by corbels. In the area da Ribeira, half a kilometre to the north, we find a monumental chestnut tree that is around 500 years old, 25 m high with a perimeter of 10.85 m.