Combarro one of the most attractive towns in Europe
Users of the Jetcost portal, tourists and travelers who have visited different places in Europe in recent months, have rated Combarro as one of the most attractive coastal towns on the Continent, taking into account issues such as the beauty of its landscape, the gastronomic offer and, overall, his charm and personality.
Considered by many to be the most beautiful town in Galicia, Combarro is located in the magical setting of the Rías Baixas, not far from the city of Pontevedra. It is especially known for its granaries, small structures with solid pillars and generally topped by a small stone cross that are located outside the main house and that in the 18th and 19th centuries served to store food away from vermin and soil moisture, as well as as well as for its traditional and colorful coastal fishing houses that have well-preserved stone or wooden balconies, with excellent views of the ocean. There are also several cruzeiros, a traditional construction with a stylized cross, seen not only in Galicia, but also in other Celtic regions, such as Ireland or Brittany. In all of them, the figure of the Virgin looks towards the sea, while the Christ looks towards land.
Combarro leads the ranking of beautiful towns among Jetcost users
They have valued the candidates based on their beauty, the friendliness of their people, their gastronomic offer and, overall, their charm and personality.
Combarro is now the most beautiful town on the peninsula, officially, for users of one of the most powerful vacation search engines on the Internet: Jetcost. This week the company announced the result of the vote proposed to its clients to choose the most beautiful town in Europe. In this way, users of the flight and hotel search engine jetcost.es, on this occasion, have valued the latter based on their beauty, the friendliness of their people, their gastronomic offer and, overall, their charm and personality and Combarro in Galicia it has been one of them, standing out for its architecture, in which granaries predominate, generally topped by a small stone cross, as well as for its traditional coastal fishing houses that have well-preserved stone or wooden balconies, with excellent views. to the ocean and the configuration of its narrow streets in which the traditional trades of fishing and agriculture coexisted.
In this way, the historical artistic complex becomes part of a list of notable places, in which it shares prominence with Cadaqués, Tarifa, Sóller, Moraira.
Combarro has had the honor of being a candidate for the most beautiful town in a chocolate brand contest in 2017, as well as in the Network of Seafaring Villages of Spain.