Camino Aragonés in Aragon | Wise Pilgrim Guide to the Camino de Santiago

Altitude: 
399
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1

Albergue de peregrinos de Sangüesa
Enrique de Labrit

Association
14 5

2

Hostal Rural JP
Padre Raimundo Lumbier, 3

Hostal
10

3

Hotel Yamaguchi
Carretera de Sangüesa a Javier

Hotel
Altitude: 
455
Altitude: 
709
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1

Albergue de Peregrinos Sociedad San Martín
Junto al frontón

Association
14 8
Altitude: 
703
Altitude: 
560
Altitude: 
545
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1

Albergue de Peregrinos de Monreal
Corte

Municipal
25 7

2

Casa Rural Etxartenea
Burgo, 2

Hostal
10
Altitude: 
549
Altitude: 
532
Altitude: 
520
Altitude: 
590
Altitude: 
579
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1

Albergue Concejo de Tiebas
Mayor, 18

Municipal
14 8

2

Albergue El Rincón de los Sabios
Mayor, 35

Private
18 10
Altitude: 
568
Altitude: 
584
Altitude: 
427

Eunate

‌Detour to visit the Church at eunate +3km
Octagonal 12th century Iglesia de Eunate.

The history of this ermita is still up for debate, and like most things in Spain are divided into two camps. Half believe it is of Knights Templar origin, and the rest who believe it was a funeral chapel. Separate yourself from that intellectual debate and you will find a countryside setting with a small gem of architecture for you to contemplate.

November through February - Closed
March 1 to April 9
TUE - FRI 10:30-13:30 (closed mondays)
SAT/SUN 10:30-13:30

April 10 to June 30
10:30-13:00 & 16:30-18:00
Closed Mondays
July through August
10:30-13:00 & 17:30-20:00

September through October
TUE - FRI 10:30-13:00 (closed mondays)
SAT/SUN 10:30-13:300

Altitude: 
442
Routing
Camino Frances
Camino Aragonés
STAMP: 
Photo of Eunate on the Camino de Santiago
Photo of Eunate on the Camino de Santiago
capilla
Alternate
Green
Distance to Santiago: 
676.60
Altitude: 
350

There are a pair of churches in town that are worthy of a peek. They are the Iglesia del Crucifijo (with a rather distinct crucifix) and the Iglesia de Santiago (with its black Santiago). The best view of the old bridge is from the new bridge.

History: 

The name of this town is rather romantically attributed to the benefactor of the bridge over the Río Arga. It is a nice sentiment, but not an altogether accurate one. In fact, historians quibble over which 11th century Queen had it built. One thing is for certain, banditry continued to present a...

The Road: 

The camino leaves Puente la Reina by passing over its namesake bridge. From there it turns left, crosses the main road, and follows a footpath. Shortly, it begins a short but steep ascent on slippery-when-wet terrain. It is not uncommon to find cyclists pushing their gear upwards.

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Albergue de los Padres Reparadores
Plaza Guillermo Zicke

Parochial
100 5 Photo in Albergue de los Padres Reparadores on the Camino de SantiagoPhoto in Albergue de los Padres Reparadores on the Camino de Santiago

2

Albergue Santiago Apóstol (Puenta la Reina)
Paraje el Real

Private
100 10 Photo in Albergue Santiago Apóstol (Puenta la Reina) on the Camino de SantiagoPhoto in Albergue Santiago Apóstol (Puenta la Reina) on the Camino de Santiago

3

Albergue Jakue
Irunbidea

Private
38 12 Photo in Albergue Jakue on the Camino de SantiagoPhoto in Albergue Jakue on the Camino de Santiago

4

Albergue Puente
Los Fueros, 57

Private
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5

Albergue Amalur
Cerco Viejo, 3

Private
20 10 Photo in Albergue Amalur on the Camino de SantiagoPhoto in Albergue Amalur on the Camino de Santiago

6

Hotel Rural El Cerco
Rodrigo Ximenez de Rada, 36

Hotel Rural
Photo in Hotel Rural El Cerco on the Camino de Santiago

7

Hotel Rural Bidean
Mayor, 20

Hotel Rural

8

Hostal Zubi XXI
Irunbidea, 28

Hostal

9

Albergue Estrella Guía
Los Fueros, 34

Private
6 12*

10

Ganbara
Mayor, 86

Pension
Photo in Puente la Reina [Gares] on the Camino de SantiagoPhoto in Puente la Reina [Gares] on the Camino de Santiago