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Porto Deportivo de Combarro, Galicia, Spain

Puerto Deportivo de Combarro is also known as Port of Combarro or Puerto de Combarro and it is located near the city of Pontevedra. Being situated in the estuary of Pontevedra, within the historic city of Combarro, it is easily accessible and it offers magnificent landscapes and rare panoramas right in front of the marina. It can be found in the municipality of Poyo. It is a fishing village with idyllic buildings and a traditional architecture. Travellers and the locals are being offered an amazing time by the nature itself, which has set a wonderful sight in this location. This marina is considered to be privileged because of the easiness with which the boats can reach it and because of the short distances between this Marina and others nearby. Tourists can visit the city of Pontevedra which is only 8 km away and Sanxenxo which is 11 km away. Combarro has been declared a historic site and has been included on the list of cultural interests in Galicia.

Facilities of Porto Deportivo de Combarro



Drinking water


Fuel station

Dressing rooms






Residual water collection

Bilge Collection


Master harbour

Photo Gallery

Cancellation Policy of Porto Deportivo de Combarro : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Galicia

The autonomous community of Galicia is situated in the North-Western side of Spain, being bordered by Portugal. The name of the province is also known as Galiza and it is pronounced in various ways, depending on the area. This province has earned the title of a historic nationality and it is composed of the provinces A Coruna, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra. Galicia is bordered by Atlantic Ocean and it is one of the most beautiful parts of the country.

The greatest parts of the landscapes here are picturesque and have a rather raw, celtic aspect, by comparison to the southern side of Spain, which tends to be more exotic. The cliffs are extremely high and covered by grass and vegetation and the villages are traditional and exhale the Spanish culture through its pores.

This region is extremely old, dating from the Middle Palaeolithic. The first inhabitants that could be detected through archaeological evidence were the Gallaeci, who were Celtic people liv... more info