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If one cannot visit many Galician towns and cities, Combarro must not be missed.
"Horreos" (above-ground ventilated home granaries/silos in different sizes w a cross on top for protection of produce), "cruzeidos" (street intersection crucifixes w Mary facing the sea on the opposite side as...More
A paradise for photographers. A charming place to walk. Little shops draw one's attention with inexpensive souvenirs. Haven't tried the restaurants but they look promising. We spent there 3 hours from 7 pm admiring the tranquillity and beauty of this village and the bay.
Combarro is a city in Galicia, which is in the North Western part of Spain. Horreos were used many years ago to store grain after the harvest, for use during the winter months. The largest the horreo, the wealthier the owner. This part of Spain...More
Recently stayed 4 nights in Combarro and really enjoyed every aspect of our visit. Combarro is one of those places one can easily bypass without realising what a treat has been missed! There is not much indication on the main artery which goes through (or...More
These horreos were throughout the village which was in a scenic setting right next to the sea. It was an old village with lots of narrow lanes and passages with several examples of the granaries. Well worth a visit.
Stayed here for two days. Stella Maris hotel superb. Great location just beyond the marina. Nice private little beach. Lovely helpful friendly staff. Great breakfast. The town is really quaint with narrow little streets and lovely restaurants. A really old church 1800's in the middle...More
A lovely small town to spend a few hours...parking is plentiful some free and some paying - but can get busy at peak times. Nice square with some shops and café with views of the bay. Over the square are the steps to the Old...More
Park your car down by the harbour and spend a couple of hours walking around the port area and then the old town. Yes, it's a bit touristy with all the shops and cafe's along the lane closest to the water but there are lots...More