Ermita de San Nicolás → 1.90km → Itero de la Vega → Boadilla del Camino
To Santiago: 
432.60
Altitude: 
771

The Iglesia parroquial de San Pedro Apóstol (at the entrance to town) has an image of Santiago Peregrino.

We can learn a bit about the name of the town, the name of the river, and the word for the stones that mark the camino. They all derive from hito (Fitero, Itero, and hito), which describes a stone that has been driven into the ground, and which is used to indicate a frontier or boundary.

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Services
Bar: 
Yes
Grocery: 
Yes
Accommodation in Itero de la Vega

Comments

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

Hang out for locals. Food was below average and pilgrims being there almost seemed like an afterthought. Standard metal bunks w. lockers. Bathroom wasn’t clean and had mold, the rooms dingy, and walls thin. Found a bedbug but may not have originated there.