These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
I agree with the other comments and would give this albergue a passing grade. The only real downside is the feeling of “crowdedness” and loud talking bouncing off the walls. That said, the place is clean and well run and well located for those wanting to take a break before the last push over the hill. I wouldn’t stay here again if I could figure out how to avoid it, but you could do worse than here.
We tried making a reservation via email and ‘what’s app’ but they take phone reservations only.
Was thrilled to stop here for second breakfast before the steep climb of the day. Lovely friendly service and good coffee. Also the small shop was open selling fresh fruit and snacks. Gorgeous town with amazing views, wish I’d been able to stop here and stay the night!
The shop on the Camino was not open. Dec 1 Saturday.
Very clean nice place - downside was bathroom downstairs from dorms - depends what matters to you. Great bar and food.
The cost was 10 euros for a bunk. Dinner was 10 euros downstairs. Rooms are a little small for everyone and their stuff 4-sets of bunk beds. The bathrooms were adequate. Water was hot. Not bad at all for the money.
They also serve food which is available to any who pass by at times when none is available at the other albergue and a 10 euro pilgrims menu.