Although it is called a municipal albergue, it is privately maintained and operated. Located in an 80 year old former school building made of stone. The ground floor is the bar and restaurant where the village dines.
The beds are made up with a fresh bottom sheet and pillowcase.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
This place is an oasis! However, it does fill up quickly, and there are no albergues for 10 km beyond it so make a reservation. The food is the best I have ever had on the Camino, with lots of veggies. The hosts are wonderful and the backyard is a great place to spend the day.