Time of year
Koek W wrote a review Dec 2019
Velez-Malaga, Spain1,340 contributions77 helpful votes
Los Horreos de Combarro has a great old history. It’s easy to park at the marina and walk a little back to the old town with the stone houses. As well it’s a part of the path of Santiago (Camino). The houses faces the sea as it was in the old time for fisherman. Nice square in front of the sea with lovely restaurants with local Galicia food. …
Date of experience: December 2019
shredsurf wrote a review Aug 2019
Carlstadt, New Jersey589 contributions89 helpful votes
Plenty to see and do in this great oceanfront town. The Oreo's are amazing and the little shops around them are awesome. A must see!
Date of experience: August 2019
Natale V wrote a review Jun 2019
Worms, Germany654 contributions81 helpful votes
Here in Combarro you can see them for very close... old, new, small, large! Interesting and scenic! Also the promenade where you find them is worth the stroll!
Date of experience: June 2019
trilete wrote a review May 2019
Spokane, Washington58 contributions24 helpful votes
Los Horreos are simply the refrigerators of the past. They were used (and sometimes still are!) for storing semi-perishables like potatoes, grains, meats, etc... They are up on stilts and have protective bases to keep vermin out. Some have been refurbished with a more modern look but many appear just like they would have 500 years ago. …
Date of experience: April 2019
Lin D wrote a review Nov 2018
Royston, United Kingdom495 contributions171 helpful votes
Walk around the harbour to appreciate the beauty of this little town and to get a fantastic view of the horreos, which are everywhere! Have never seen so many in such a concentrated area.
Date of experience: November 2018