Our recommendations: Combarro
Combarro: where time forRias Baixas are characterized by its fabulous beaches, good climate, its estuaries, its seafood and wine etc ... but also surprise us with villas that keep the charisma and charm. Combarro is a clear example.
It belongs to the municipality of Poio, is a village that stands out for its incredible beauty. Small and intimate Combarro seems to have stopped in time with their horreos (typical Galician construction) glued to the sea and which are the essence of this jewel of the Rias Baixas.
Of course the importance of tourism is present in every corner. The influx of travelers has boosted the birth of numerous restaurants and souvenir shops that have the privilege of being in local stone, typical of the area and that their owners have kept and maintained its charm over the years. It feels comfortable walking around Combarro thanks to its landscape, its uniqueness and its people.
Another interesting option if you are passing is to make a boat rides along the Ría. Companies boats and catamarans offer very good price a ride of about 45 minutes along the sea to teach punts where mussels are grown and the area is also where the Isle of Tambo. Whether you're a tourist or not, it is a friendly and relaxed walk where you learn hand and guides a little more tradition of the Rias Baixas. To top off the experience, inside the boat give all customers a tasting of fresh mussels and wine to leave a great taste. You may also enjoy against payment of other specialties of Galician waters as oysters, razor ...
To visit there are several options: guided excursions from Santiago and other cities, in own car (Rias Baixas are well connected with the rest of the territory) or bus line from Sanxenxo (about 20 minutes). Well hand of a professional or by yourself, you do not stop visiting this little paradise of the Rias Baixas.
If you want to see horreos and sea in perfect harmony Combarro awaits you.