Larrasoaña | Wise Pilgrim Guidebooks for the Camino de Santiago
Ilarratz → 2.60km → Larrasoaña → Aquerreta [Akerreta]
To Santiago: 
715.60
Altitude: 
500

The grocery has minimal hours and stock but does open early for breakfast.

Like Zubiri, Larrasoaña has a bridge which is well known, though for less beneficial reasons. Instead of healing, it was a frequent point of banditry; the name of the bridge is the Puente de los Bandidos . This is an important concept to keep in mind if you find yourself trying to imagine the life of a medieval pilgrim. All across Spain the stories of banditry appear, and when they do there is most often a river involved.

History: 

Larrasoaña has a long history of hospitality to pilgrims; though you would not guess such from its current state. An Augustinian monastery and two hospices for pilgrims served the pilgrimage for the better part of 8 centuries. Sadly, little remains. Two chapels, dedicated to St. Blaise and St....

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Services
Bar: 
Yes
Grocery: 
Yes
Medical Center: 
Yes
Bus: 
Yes
Photo in Larrasoaña on the Camino de SantiagoPhoto in Larrasoaña on the Camino de Santiago
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