Near Pontevedra on the ría's north shore, Combarro has a particularly quaint old quarter that is worth a meal stop on your way through. A jumble of hórreos (traditional stone grain stores on stilts) stands right on the waterside, with a smattering of waterside restaurants, and behind them is a web of crooked lanes (some of them hewn directly out of the rock bed) dotted with cruceiros (stone crucifixes; a traditional Galician art form). It can, however, get extremely busy in high summer.
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