4.00km → Elorriaga (Deba) → Itziar
To Santiago: 
774.90
Altitude: 
200
The Road: 

In Elorriaga the camino splits again. The GR-121 turns off to the right just before you get to the bar in town, and follows the coastline once more and in doing so it does not pass Itziar.

The official camino follows the road out of Elorriaga, descending towards the N-634. Cross with care...

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Services
Bar: 
Yes

Comments

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

ATTENTION!!! Don’t follow the red way if you are not fit enough , have a heavy backpack and if you don’t have poles with you... very dangerous and very difficult path. For proper hikers! Fox

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

ATTENTION!!! Don’t follow the red way if you are not fit enough , have a heavy backpack and if you don’t have poles with you... very dangerous and very difficult path. For proper hikers! Fox

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Camino Dragon: After the cider place you come to a motorway. There is a small pub. Basic but nice. If you ask for a bocadillo they will do you one no hassle. Tastes pretty good. Also Vino Blanco. Not many customers and seems a bit random but nice rustic wooden tables with sunshades outside if you like and tiled interior. Make sure you can order in Spanish.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Camino Dragon: After the cider place you come to a motorway. There is a small pub. Basic but nice. If you ask for a bocadillo they will do you one no hassle. Tastes pretty good. Also Vino Blanco. Not many customers and seems a bit random but nice rustic wooden tables with sunshades outside if you like and tiled interior. Make sure you can order in Spanish.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Camino Dragon: After this place the Camino goes through a nice forest on concrete road and baked mud track. Many small gates for farm animals - shut them! Then joy you come to a farm house that has a small donation station selling home made basque cider and has some minor medical supplies. Highly recommended. Basque cider is good. Home made by farmers is a once in lifetime pleasure if you don’t live here. Enjoy and leave the bottle!

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

The app shows there is food here. There is a bar however it is “Privado”. It looks like a bar and Spanish people were drinking and eating and a small van full of beer kegs delivered about 150 bottles of St Miguel and Schweppes tonic water, However either they don’t like tourists/pilgrims or it is a co op type arrangement for local farmers. I echo above comments about food truck 500M back up trail, though not inspiring. Suggest buy bread / cheese in previous town. Fortunately we bought Bino Tinto there and had cigarettes. Sat enjoying them on bench opposite pub. Nice.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

There was not an open restaurant/bar in this small town. Luckily there was a small food truck by the camping area where the red meets blue that we could go back to and grab some snacks.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

The blue dotted line does not follow the Camino marked paths