8.40km → Monesterio → Arroyo del Bodión
To Santiago: 
871.50
Altitude: 
755

The streets of Monesterio are paved with cured ham. The monesterienses celebrate the día del jamón, and the local town hall has built a wonderful, incredibly informative, and free museum in its honor. Make time to go and you will get the inside scoop on where to find the best jamón tasting spots in town.

Notice: 

A new type of trail marker appears for the first time near Monesterio. It is a square bollard which depicts a Roman arch and pathway, is painted with two colored stripes, and is meant to indicate that you are following along a Roman road.

WARNING: The road beyond...

The Road: 

The camino through Monesterio keeps along the N-630 but there are a few arrows which direct you left and into the town and the municipal albergue. At the far end of town, the camino leaves the N-630 by turning left just after the football field.

This stretch of the camino is poorly...

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Services
ATM: 
Yes
Bar: 
Yes
Grocery: 
Yes
Pharmacy: 
Yes
Medical Center: 
Yes
Correos: 
Yes
Bus: 
Yes

Comments

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

A very good sleeping option is also the Hostal Extremadura, Paseo de Extremadura, 103 Monesterio at the far end of town. Single rooms only 10€ with own bathroom! 20€ for doubles with twin beds. Towels are extra, so use your own or pay a bit more but either way don't complain because the rooms rates are sensational. Ring to reserve as rooms book out fast.