Camino Portugués - Redondela to Santiago | Wise Pilgrim Guide to the Camino de Santiago

Redondela

Distance to Santiago: 
83.70
2.80km
Altitude: 
15

Getting into town and out again is straightforward. There is an alternative route that is signed, which takes you through town closer to the river.

As a city, Redondela has its charms. It sits well inland of the Vigo estuary and is bisected by two massive train bridges, both a testament to how much material has flowed through town.

The Road: 

When leaving town, the camino crosses the N550 at a bottleneck on the north side of town that is heavy with traffic at all hours. Cross the N550 as soon as you get to it, and almost immediately veer left gently onto a side road.

The arrows from here leave a bit to be desired. They are present, but have been spray painted with a not quite right yellow and at times, they don’t feel legit. Follow them all the same, and as you near Cesantes the stone markers return.

Name Beds Price booking.com
1 El Camino
Telmo Bernárdez, 11

Private
40 12 Photo in El Camino on the Camino de Santiago
2 Albergue de Peregrinos (Casa da Torre)
Praza de Ribadavia

Xunta
42 6
3 A Casa da Herba de Redondela
Isidoro Queimaliños, 35

Private
24 12
4 Albergue Rosa d'Abreu
Queimaliños, 33

Private
6 15
5 Albergue Alfonso XII
Alfonso XII, 22

Private
4 15
6 Albergue Santiago Apóstol
Telmo Bernárdez, 15

Parochial
30 10
7 Albergue A Conserveira
Pai Crespo, 60

Private
38 10

Cesantes

Distance to Santiago: 
80.20
3.90km
Altitude: 
65
Notice: 

When approaching Cesantes, the camino turns left after going over the railway. This turn is often overlooked. If you miss the turn, the map below shows the way.

The Road: 

Getting past Cesantes means crossing the N550 once more, at probably the most dangerous point in a curve in the road. Head straight across and keep to your right.

You are climbing uphill now and will traverse around the O Viso peak. Along the way you pass an installation of pilgrim shells and if you have a marker on hand you can leave a message on a sun-bleached shell. From here it is downhill again to the N550.

At the entrance to Arcade, the camino turns left rather unnecessarily. It will cross back over the N550 in a few hundred meters, taking you past the albergues and shops of Arcade.

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Name Beds Price booking.com
1 O Refuxio De la Jerezana
Estrada do Pereiro, 43-45

Private
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2 Pensión Jumboli
Ctra. Cesantes, 13

Pension
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Arcade

Distance to Santiago: 
76.30
1.30km
Altitude: 
45

If you fancy a dip in the sea or just a stroll along a beach, Arcade and Pontesampaio (a bridge away) will oblige. Follow the camino to the bridge over the estuary where you will find a strip of sand on both sides.

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Name Beds Price booking.com
1 Hotel Avenida
Rodrigo A. Castelao, 121

Hotel
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2 O lar de Pepa
Camino Ribeiro, 1

Private
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3 Hotel Duarte
Lameriñas, 8

Hotel
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4 Hotel Isape
Ctra. de Soutomaior, 36

Hotel
5 Albergue Lameiriñas
Lameiriñas, 8

Private
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6 Albergue O Recuncho do Peregrino
Estrada de Soutoxuste

Private
20 10€

O Pobo - Santa Marta

Distance to Santiago: 
67.70
4.40km
Altitude: 
35
Notice: 

In O Pobo / Santa Marta an alternative route into Pontevedra presents itself on the left side of the road.

Turn left to follow signs towards the Rio Tomeza. This path is 3.6 km to the Pontevedra Albergue (at the start of town near the train/bus stations), and the original road route to the same point is 2.8km.

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Lusquiños

Distance to Santiago: 
66.40
Altitude: 
60

O Marco

Distance to Santiago: 
65.70
Altitude: 
15

Pontevedra

Distance to Santiago: 
63.50
3.90km
Altitude: 
30

Your entrance to the old town center of Pontevedra is punctuated with its most famous church, the Iglesia de la Virgen Peregrina, a shrine to the Pilgrim Virgen who guided pilgrims here from Baiona.

To see the rest of Pontevedra’s notable buildings will required you to stray from the arrows a bit. The old town is not large enough to get lost in, so take your time and enjoy the many plazas and parks.
The most important landmarks are the Convento de San Francisco, the Basilica de Santa María (often referred to as the Cathedral), the Iglesia de San Bartolomé, and the Convento de Santa Clara.

There are plenty of plazas to choose from, including the large Plaza de Teucro and the diminutive (and best) Plaza de Leña.

The Road: 

Leave by crossing the Ponte do Burgo and heading straight-ish through the next roundabout, turning left immediately after. Before long you will be alongside the railway, which you will cross just before the church of Alba.

Name Beds Price booking.com
1 Albergue de Peregrinos (Virgen Peregrina)
Otero Pedrayo

Xunta
56 6
2 Hotel Comercio
Augusto González Besada, 5

Hotel
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3 Hotel Madrid
Andrés Mellado, 5

Hotel
4 Hotel Rúas
Figueroa, 35

Hotel
5 Hotel Room
Filgueira Valverde 10

Hotel
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6 Hotel Virgen del Camino
Virgen del Camino 53-55

Hotel
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7 Parador de Pontevedra
Barón, 19

Parador
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8 Hotel La Peregrina
Eduardo Pondal, 76

Hotel
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9 Hotel Galicia Palace
Vigo, 3

Hotel
10 Aloxa Hostel
Gorgullón

Private
57 10/12
11 Slow City Hostel
Amargura, 5

Private
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San Caetano

Distance to Santiago: 
59.00
4.40km
Altitude: 
20
The Road: 

Exercise caution passing through San Caetano as the road is quite narrow and the traffic is quite fierce. At the end of town turn right off the road. Soon you will be along the railway once more which you will follow along for several kilometers.

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Leborei

Distance to Santiago: 
58.40
Altitude: 

O Castrado

Distance to Santiago: 
57.60
Altitude: 

San Amaro

Distance to Santiago: 
54.70
7.50km
Altitude: 
120

San Amaro sits square above the railway that you walked along a few kilometers ago; they tunnel through this hillside on their way to Santiago.

There are two bars in town; the first has the most character and the most business. Friendly service too.

The Road: 

Turn left at the fork in the road, past the park, and onto a country lane.

The turn off for the Portela/Barro albergue is along this stretch, and it takes you uphill to the right.

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A Portela - Barro

Distance to Santiago: 
53.80
Altitude: 
100

Located along a deviation of the camino, well signed. It adds a few meters to the journey but has a municipal albergue in a quiet town.

The Road: 

Before arriving at Briallos, the camino approaches the N550 once more. At this point, there are signs for the Natural Park of the Rio Barosa, and the waterfalls. The waterfalls are 500m down the road directly opposite this point and are a worthwhile detour. Picnic areas and a bar and bathroom are at the base of the falls.

Name Beds Price
1 Albergue de peregrinos de Barro - A Portela

Municipal
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Briallos

Distance to Santiago: 
47.10
2.90km
Altitude: 
35

Small shop in Briallos located along the N550. The albergue is located a few hundred meters from the center, turn left when you get to town, following the signs. Otherwise, keep on straight to the end of town.

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Name Beds Price
1 Albergue de Peregrinos Briallos
Portas

Xunta
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Caldas de Reis

Distance to Santiago: 
42.30
5.40km
Altitude: 
25

Caldas de Rei is best known for its hot springs (caldas). They still exist, but the tradition of putting your feet into the fountain is discouraged for obvious hygienic reasons. All the same really, a hot soak after a hot day of walking isn’t the best of plans. To see the springs (and to follow the camino), turn left after crossing the first bridge in town.

The camino passes through the old quarter before arriving at another bridge, on the opposite end of which is the municipal albergue and the way out of town.

The church in town is dedicated to Saint Thomas Becket, one of very few of the sort in Spain and possibly the only one in Galicia. If you are only passing through town in the afternoon, the palm trees that surround the church make for a cooling place to relax.

The Road: 

On the way out of town, it is once more along the N550 (which frankly will be the case frequently between here and Santiago). Leave it to your right at the first bend in the road.

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Name Beds Price booking.com
1 Posada Doña Urraca
Campo de la Torre, 1

Municipal
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2 Hotel Sena
Juan Fuentes Echevarría, 99

Hotel
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3 Hotel Balneario Acuña
Herrería, 2

Hotel
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4 Hotel O Cruceiro
Juan Fuentes 40

Hotel
30 12
5 Hotel Balneario Dávila
Laureano Salgado, 11

Hotel
6 Hotel Lotus
Dolores Mosquera, 16

Hotel
7 Albergue O Cruceiro
Juan Fuentes, 44

Private
38 10
8 Albergue Timonel
Travesía de las Ovejas, 8

Private
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Santa Mariña de Carracedo

Distance to Santiago: 
37.10
5.30km
Altitude: 
140

The way to Santa Mariña is through a quiet forest away from the busy road. The bar here is quite friendly and a welcome morning stop if you have left from Caldas.

The camino crosses the N550 to the upper part of town to visit the church, and returns to cross again before Casalderrique.

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O Pino (Valga)

Distance to Santiago: 
32.80
2.30km
Altitude: 
140

The camino only touches the back side of O Pino, which has a bar and an albergue a bit off the track (200m). The albergue here is large and clean and friendly, with a shaded park in front.

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Name Beds Price
1 Albergue de Peregrinos Valga
O Pino

Xunta
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San Miguel de Valga

Distance to Santiago: 
30.50
4.00km
Altitude: 
45

There is not much to San Miguel apart from the modest church and the bar-grocery-everything store. The quaint countryside walking will soon give way to the sprawl of Pontecesures.

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Pontecesures

Distance to Santiago: 
27.20
0.70km
3.10kms.
Altitude: 
15

Pontecesures is the town that you wished was prettier but isn’t. It enjoys a nice riverside location but is spoiled by the belching factory across the river.

The Road: 

The arrows go under the road and over the bridge and through Aduana to the river. Here it runs all the way into Padrón.

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Name Beds Price booking.com
1 Albergue de Peregrinos Pontecesures
Estrada das Escolas

Xunta
54 6
2 Hotel Rural A Casa do Río
Dr. Víctor García, 1

Hotel
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Herbón

2.60km
Altitude: 
45

Herbón, and the Monastery and Albergue there, could not be better placed for a peaceful day of relaxed contemplation at the end of the penultimate day of walking to Santiago.

It is a deviation from the camino’s yellow arrows, but one imagines that it has always been an important stopping point for pilgrims.

The albergue here is run by the Galician Amigos of the Camino and it is one of the few places where you can count on eating dinner with all of the other pilgrims staying there.

The Road: 

To get there simply follow the red arrows marked Herbón. It is a journey of 3.1km but you are not required to retrace your steps to get to Padrón, as there are arrows that take you directly to the city center, a distance of 2.5km.

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Name Beds Price
1 Albergue de Herbón
Convento Franciscano de Herbón. Rego da Manga,, 56

Association
20 Donativo

Padrón

Distance to Santiago: 
23.90
0.90km
Altitude: 
10

Padrón might just be the most important little town on this or indeed any other camino. It was here that the remains of Santiago arrived after being sent out to sea on a stone boat, as told in the story of the ‘transladio’.

His arrival to the specific point is attributed to the fact that it was here that he first arrived to preach while still alive, so his return was a homecoming of sorts.

Padrón is also the birthplace of Rosalia de Castro, Galicia’s most famous and beloved Nobel Laureate.

Padrón (and Herbón) are home to that delicious green and possibly spicy pepper you may have had the pleasure of eating.

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Name Beds Price booking.com
1 Pensión Jardín
Estación, 3

Pension
2 Hotel Rosalía
Maruxa Villanueva

Hotel
3 Hotel Chef Rivera
Enlace Parque, 7

Hotel
4 Pensión O Grilo
Camilo José Cela 30

Pension
5 Albergue Flavia
Campo da Feira, 13

Private
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6 Albergue de peregrinos de Padrón
Costanilla do Carmen

Xunta
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7 Albergue Corredoiras
Corredoira da Barca, 10

Private
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8 Albergue Rossol
Manuel Rodríguez Cobián, 1

Private
18
9 Albergue Camiño Do Sar
Paseo Rio Sar, 2

Private
20 15*
10 Albergue A Barca de Pedra
Vidal Cepeda, 6

Private
22 15

Pazos

Distance to Santiago: 
21.00
0.60km
Altitude: 

Rueiro

Distance to Santiago: 
20.40
0.90km
Altitude: 

Tarrio

Distance to Santiago: 
19.50
0.90km
Altitude: 

A Escravitude

Distance to Santiago: 
17.80
2.00km
Altitude: 
30

Although there is still more that 17 kilometers separating you from the Cathedral it will feel from here onward that you are marching along a string of increasingly larger Santiago suburbs. Many of them remain quite small, but the sprawl begins to present itself.

The Road: 

In town, turn right off the N550 at the church, passing around its park. A country road takes you steeply uphill.

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Name booking.com
1 A Casa da Meixida
Muiños

Casa Rural
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2 Casa Grande da Capellania
Lugar de A Escravitude

Casa Rural
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Osebe

Distance to Santiago: 
11.20
4.10km
Altitude: 

O Milladoiro

Distance to Santiago: 
6.70
6.60km
Altitude: 
245

O Milladoiro is Santiago’s largest suburb, and it is from here that you will have your first glimpse of the Cathedral. The camino passes through the back side of town, avoiding the busy main road with its massive apartment blocks.

The Road: 

The growing network of highways around Santiago mean that you will make a few crossings and zig zags before you get to the city limits. There are even a few occassions where new camino stones stand adjacent to old camino stones, each pointing in their own direction. Nobody seems to know why, but rest assured that when you find such a case there is no wrong answer.

Name
1 Hotel Milladoiro
Anxeriz, 12

Hotel

Santiago de Compostela at the end of the Camino Portugues

Distance to Santiago: 
0.00
1.40km
Altitude: 
250

Welcome to Santiago! There are a tremendous amount of things to see and things to do in Santiago de Compostela; you are encouraged to stay for at least one full day extra for exploring the web of streets, all of which seem to bring you back to the Cathedral.

Your pilgrim related business is likely to start in front of the cathedral, kilometer zero. A shell and plaque mark the spot in the center of Plaza Obradoiro (see below).

If you are interested in receiving your Compostela, the certificate of completion, you will need to visit the Pilgrim Office, which was relocated in 2016 to a bright new building. To get there from the Plaza Obradoiro, face the Parador (the hotel on your left if you are facing the Cathedral) and look for the road that goes downhill to the left. Halfway down you pass the public restroom, and at the next street turn right. The office is at the end of that road and is easy enough to find. Note that there are few arrows indicating the way.

The Cathedral is the single largest attraction to Santiago and for good reason. Both inside and out it presents countless treasures to investigate, there are plenty of other notable buildings and parks; too many to list in fact but below are a few of the best.

The Cathedral - Plaza by plaza
Obradoiro: As you enter the city, the first part of the Cathedral that you arrive to is the its most famous, the Obradoiro Plaza. Kilometer zero for pilgrims, in the center is the last scallop shell and you are likely to find pilgrims taking their shoes off for a photo with it, and the Obradoiro Facade behind them.

This facade is the most majestic and most photographed of the Cathedral and was part of the 18th century building projects that took place in Santiago. The baroque design will keep your eyes moving and the massive amounts of glass allow for the illumination of the Pórtico de la Gloria that lies behind it. That Pórtico was the original front to the church designed by Maestro Mateo 600 years before the new facade.
From Obradoiro you climb the steps to your left and pass under the Palace of the Bishop which is adjoined to the Cathedral and cannot possibly be the sort of palace that affords much peaceful sleeping; the sound of bagpipes welcoming you can be heard from dawn to dusk. The stairway leads directly to the Plaza de Azabache.

Azabache: This is the entrance that faces the Monastery of San Martin Piñario, named for the jet stone artisans that set up shop here; though now it is a popular spot for buskers.

Plaza de Quintana: Continuing around the Cathedral we arrive in the large Plaza de Quintana and the Puerta de Perdon. The actual Holy Door is behind this facade (which is not actually a structural part of the Cathedral, it is more like a highly decorated wall around the Holy Door itself). The carvings here are impressive and depict 24 Saints and prophets.

Plaza Platerias: At the bottom of the stairs from Quintana you arrive at the Puerta de las Platerías (named for the silver craft that still exists in the shops below it). You will notice that some of the stonework stands out as a different material. These are replacement carvings, the originals were damaged and subsequently moved to the Cathedral Museum; and unfortunately the original composition was forgotten, leaving a somewhat nonsensical layout. In front of the doors are a set of stairs and the Platerías fountain, the usual rendesvous point for pilgrims known as “the horse fountain”.

The best time to visit the interior is early in the morning before the crowds arrive, when paying a visit to the crypt and hugging the bust of Santiago can be done quietly and with a bit of contemplation.

The botafumeiro, quite possibly the largest thurible in the Catholic Church, is swung across the transept (from north to south) by a group of men called the tiraboleiros. It has only come loose from the ropes twice, and never in modern times. At the time that this book was printed, the tradition of swinging it during the Friday evening mass had been canceled. Inquire at the pilgrims office for more information.

The Monastery and Museum of San Martin Piñario
The enormity of this Monastery is difficult to comprehend, but if you pay close attention to this building as you walk around Santiago you will find that you are almost always standing next to it if you are on the north side of the Cathedral. There are three cloisters! The facade of the church often feels like it is somewhere else entirely and is curious for the fact that you must descend the staircase to get to the doors, rather than the other way around. The reason for this was a decree by the Archbishop that no building should exceed in elevation that of the Cathedral; the architects did not compromise by redesigning San Martin to be less tall, they simply dug down and started at a lower point.

San Fiz de Solovio
Compared to the two churches above, San Fiz feels like an almost minuscule affair. To find it, make your way to the Santiago Market. San Pelayo (the hermit that rediscovered the bones of Santiago) was praying here when the lights called him. Grand and majestic it is not, but the oldest building site in Santiago it certainly is. The church that exists today is not the original, but excavations have revealed the foundations and necropolis dating to the 6th century.

The Supply Market (Mercado de Abastos)
The produce market is a great place to wander for lunch. Compared to other markets in Spain (like those in Madrid and Barcelona) the Santiago market is a fairly solemn affair. In fact, the architecture appears almost strictly utilitarian and is as Galician as it gets. The vendors make the experience, and even if your Spanish is not up to par, it is worth the visit for a glimpse into the way the locals go about their most ordinary business.

The buildings you see today date from the early 1940’s but replace ones that stood for 300 years. Many of the vendors are second, third, or fifth generation market operators.

Alameda Park
Alameda Park was once the sort of place where the people of Santiago would turn out for elaborate displays of personal wealth and stature; the various paths that cut through and around the park were only to be used by members of a certain class. Nowadays it is far more democratic. The park is the site of a Ferris wheel and feria during the Summer months, an ice skating rink during the Winter holidays, and a massive eucalyptus tree (one of the first two to be brought to Galicia) overlooking the Cathedral year round.

Casa De La Troya
The Troya House is the inspiration for and setting of one of the most celebrated novels in Spanish literature; in which a young man from Madrid if forced by his father to finish his Law studies in Santiago… a tale of misery and eventually love. It was once a boarding house for students and the museum that exists there today is an exhibit of what the house would have looked like at the time the novel was written. The Tuna, those wonderful musicians that perform in the Plaza Obradoiro every night, would have lived and performed here as well.

The Hidden Pilgrim
Hiding in the shadows cast by the Cathedral, in the Plaza Quintana, is the hidden pilgrim. He is only visible at night and might take a while to discover.

And lastly, there are the many other Monasteries, and while it would be a challenge to visit all of them it is important to realize their construction shaped the city that we see today. Taking the time to walk between them will reveal countless little treasures.

Fiesta: 

The Feast day of Saint James is celebrated with a full week of music and dance, with a fireworks display in the Plaza Obradoiro on the evening of the 24th of July. The best views can be had from Obradoiro, or from Alameda park.

Notice: 

One word of caution regarding accommodation is in order. If you are arriving in the high season, you are advised to make a reservation in advance. There have been several additions to the albergue roster in recent year but the numbers of pilgrims still exceed capacity in the high season.

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Name Beds Price booking.com
1 Albergue Acuario de Santiago de Compostela
Estocolmo, 2

Private
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2 Residencia de Peregrinos San Lázaro
San Lázaro

Xunta
80 10
3 Albergue Seminario Menor en Santiago de Compostela
Quiroga Palacios

Private
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4 Albergue O Fogar de Teodomiro
Algalia de Arriba, 3

Private
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5 Albergue de peregrinos Jaime García Rodríguez
Estocolmo

Association
150 8
6 Albergue Mundoalbergue
San Clemente, 26

Private
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7 Albergue Santo Santiago
Valiño, 3

Private
40 10
8 Albergue Turístico La Salle
Tras Santa Clara

Private
84 17
9 Albergue Fin del Camino
Moscova

Parochial
110 8* Photo in Albergue Fin del Camino on the Camino de Santiago
10 Albergue The Last Stamp
Preguntoiro, 10

Private
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11 Albergue Azabache
Azabachería, 15

Private
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12 Albergue Meiga Backpackers
Basquiños, 67

Private
30 11/13*
13 Albergue Roots & Boots
Cruceiro do Gaio, 7

Private
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14 Albergue La Estrella de Santiago
Concheiros, 36-38

Private
24 10
15 Albergue Porta Real
dos Concheiros, 10

Private
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16 Albergue La Estación
Xoana Nogueira, 14

Private
24 12
17 Hostal Reis Católicos (Parador de Santiago)
Obradoiro, 1

Parador
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18 Hospedería San Martín Pinario
Pl. de la Inmaculada, 3

Hotel
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19 Hotel Nest Style Santiago
Doutor Teixeiro, 15

Hotel
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20 Hotel Avenida
Fuente de San Antonio, 5

Hotel
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21 Hostal Alameda
San Clemente, 32

Hostal
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22 Hostal Mapoula
Entremurallas, 10-3

Hostal
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23 Pensión Pazo de Argra
Calderería, 37

Pension
24 Albergue Monterrey
Fontiñas, 65a

Private
36 10/12
25 Albergue La Credencial
Fonte dos Concheiros, 13

Private
36 10/14
26 Albergue Compostela
Pedro de Mezonzo, 28

Private
27 Albergue Basquinos 45
Pedro de Mezonzo, 28

Private
28 Albergue Linares
Algalia de Abaixo, 34

Private
29 Blanco Albergue
Galeras, 30

Private
20 12