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The cool temperatures that descend over the hot, sultry plain surrounding Pontevedra seem to incite local residents into after-dark promenades through the Old City. You'll find pubs and bars sprawled on either side of the streets that interconnect Plaza Santa María la Mayor, in the northwestern quadrant of the town's historic core, with the very central Plaza de la Herrería. By midnight on the weekends, rhythmic electronic music emanates from the town's most popular disco, Disco Carabas, Calle Cobian Rolfignac 6 (tel. 98-686-26-95; www.carabasdisco.com). Disco Carabas appeals to high-energy dance freaks in their early 20s. Don't even think of heading off to a Pontevedra disco before midnight, as it's likely to be locked until then (but the music keeps pumping until 4am). Expect entrance fees of around 10€, depending on the night of the week.

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