1.30km → Larrabetzu → Lezama
To Santiago: 
699.70
Altitude: 
75
Fiesta: 

San Isidro, the patron of the town, is celebrated on the 15th of May.

The Road: 

The camino turns right at the entrance to Larrabetzu, leaving the main road behind. In town it turns right and begins to follow a different road directly to Lezama.

History: 

Larrabetzu is one of the most outspoken villages in the Basque fight for independence. The city was a key location in the line of defense known as the Iron Belt. The hillsides here are criss-crossed with trenches and fortified bunkers designed to defend against the capture of Bilbao by the...

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Services
ATM: 
Yes
Bar: 
Yes
Grocery: 
Yes
Pharmacy: 
Yes
Medical Center: 
Yes
Correos: 
Yes
Bus: 
Yes
Accommodation in Larrabetzu

Comments

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

A beautiful spot to stop for the night, but the hospitalario made me and a few others in my group feel uncomfortable. Overly familiar and touchy and discussing women’s bodies.

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

A beautiful spot to stop for the night, but the hospitalario made me and a few others in my group feel uncomfortable. Overly familiar and touchy and discussing women’s bodies.

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

Perfect spot for a rest - the town has everything a pilgrim needs and locals are very friendly and helpful. The albergue is clean and welcoming.