The farm is eight kilometers far from the Center of Castelo and two kilometers far from the ES-166, which connects the BR-262 between Cachoeiro de Itapemirim and Venda Nova do Imigrante.
Historical mark of the colonization of Castelo by portuguese pioneers, the space tells the story of the enslaved and the italian immigrants and reflects the grandeur of the golden days of coffee. Founded in 1845, the farm had Antônio Vieira Machado da Cunha as its first owner. The name “Centro” (center) was because of the geographical position of the place, which made it a meeting point for the other farmers in the region, for religious festivals and celebrations.
Declared heritage by the State Council of Culture in 1984, the Casarão da Fazenda do Centro received a project of occupation and revitalization widely discussed with the society, observing the traditions and the cultural values of the municipality of Castelo and region.
The restoration ensures the preservation of the heritage and allows citizens to have access to a cultural asset and tourist equipment, with simultaneous gains for culture, heritage and tourism, as well as for the community, that preserves its memory and its history.
Visitation: Tuesday to Sunday, from 9am to 4pm.