Cambados, Spain is a pleasant town on the Atlantic coast of Galicia. There is a stoic main square of stone buildings that you see here:
There are several winery shops located here, places where you might find a new favorite or a good deal by the case, especially on the local albariño. There’s also a handsome church.
Inside the church you’ll find some remarkable sacred artwork.
Take your time and stop in to one of those local joints for a glass of wine and a snack.
There’s also plenty of options for shopping and dining.
And then wander over to the waterfront where you’ll find all manner of boats such as these:
You can hire a boat to take you fishing or to just go for a sail around the bay.
Cambados is one of those pleasant towns in Spain that you’re sure to enjoy. Not a whole lot going on, but that’s the way I like it. I parked in a spot along a street and asked a couple of older gents if it was okay to leave the car there. They said, “Sure. All week if you want.” Nice guys in a nice place.