To Santiago: 
504.00
Altitude: 
70

There are a surprising number of architectural heritage sites in Cóbreces, and if you spend the night here you are encouraged to walk the town to take them all in.

They are more or less all adjacent to the camino and include, from east to west: the Colegio de San José (...

Notice: 

There is an alternate route which may cause some confusion in Cóbreces. It turns left at the Iglesia de San Pedro and follows a more southerly path to La Iglesia.

Fiesta: 

July: Santa Ana on the 26th.

August: San Pedrucu on the 1st and San Roque on the 16th. On the last Saturday of August there is a pilgrimage to the Ermita de Virgen de la Peña, a journey of 18km meant to rid the penitent of all epidemics.

The Road: 

The camino follows the CA-353 all the way through town. It passes all of the albergues as well as the abbey. When it reaches the first main intersection (after the abbey) it turns left and then right again, following the road to the nearby beach. From the beach it climbs up to a small hamlet....

Accommodation in Cóbreces

Municipal

1

Albergue de peregrinos de Cóbreces. Abadía Cisterciense de Viaceli
Municipal
Barrio Los Corrales, 191

30
5€
Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Albergue de peregrinos de Cóbreces. Abadía Cisterciense de Viaceli
Private

2

Albergue El Pino
Private
El Pino, 1

12
15*€
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3

Albergue Viejo Lucas
Private
El Pino, 43

159
14*€
Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Albergue Viejo Lucas
Pension

4

Pensión Bella Vista ⭑⭑
Pension
Carreterra a la Playa, 240

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Hostal

5

Posada Las Mañanitas ⭑⭑⭑
Hostal
Barrio Antoñán, 88

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0.90km → Pando
To Santiago: 
498.00
Altitude: 
35

Bars at both the campsite (before town) and in town. The 17th century Iglesia Parroquial de la Asunción is the end point for an annual procession that takes place every July.

The Road: 

Turn right before arriving at the church to the nearby town of Pando.

Accommodation in Barrio de La Iglesia (Ruiloba)

Camping

1

Camping El Helguero
Camping
La Helguera

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Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Camping El Helguero
1.30km → Concha
To Santiago: 
497.10
Altitude: 
55
The Road: 

The camino turns right onto the main road in Pando at the church.

2.20km → Comillas
To Santiago: 
495.80
Altitude: 
65
The Road: 

From Concha the camino turns left to follow a short trail back to the main road as it enters Comillas, turning left at the campsite.

To Santiago: 
493.60
Altitude: 
25

Fans of Gaudi in particular and architecture in general will be thrilled to find so much to do in Comillas. The camino cuts a short path through town but if you stay the night here do yourself the favor of making a full loop around it so that you can get to the beaches, the harbor, and...

History: 

Agriculture and fishing have long been the pillars of the economy for Comillas, and of the latter it produced some of the finest (and infamous) Whalers of its time. Between the 17th and 18th centuries the free whale was hunted until there were none left to catch, at which point the men...

Notice: 

The camino has recently changed and now follows the road north. The new route bypasses El Tejo and La Revilla and instead continues along a pedestrian path adjacent to the road. It continues to Oaymbre beach (bar) and then onward to San Vicente de la Barquera...

Fiesta: 

Comillas keeps a comprehensive festival calendar, starting with the Cabalgata de Reyes Magos for winter pilgrims passing through on the 5th of January. Later in the year it celebrates Carnaval for the three weeks leading up to Semana Santa (Holy Week). Bonfires on the beach for San Juan on the 23rd of June. Later the local fiesta celebrates San Pedro on the 28th and 29th. San Cristóbal, patron of Comillas, is celebrated on the 10th of July; and less than a week later Santo Cristo del Amparo is celebrated on the 16th. And lastly, on the final weekend of August, the Día del Indiano celebrates the intrepid explorers who set out from Comillas in the mid 19th century to find their fortune in the Americas and the Philippines.

The Road: 

The camino passes through the center of the old town, and does not go near any of the beaches in Comillas; however it is worthwhile to make the detour to visit as the views are exceptional.

After passing through the old town the camino emerges onto the Calle del Marqués de...

Accommodation in Comillas

Private

1

Hostel La Huella del Camino
Private
San Jerónimo, 30

20
15€
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Pension

2

Pensión Vega de Pas ⭑
Pension
Plaza del Muelle, 9

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3

Pasaje San Jorge ⭑⭑
Pension
Carlos Díaz de la Campa, 14

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4

Posada La Montañesuca ⭑⭑⭑
Pension
General Piélago, 9

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Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Posada La Montañesuca ⭑⭑⭑
Hostal

5

Posada La Solana Montañesa ⭑
Hostal
La Campa, 22

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Hotel

6

Hotel Mar ⭑⭑⭑⭑
Hotel
Plaza del Jarón

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7

Hotel Solatorre ⭑⭑
Hotel
Plaza de Solatorre

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8

Hotel Comillas ⭑⭑⭑⭑
Hotel
Plaza de Solatorre, 1

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Photo of Comillas on the Camino de Santiago
2.70km → La Revilla
To Santiago: 
491.00
Altitude: 
65

Accommodation in El Tejo

Hostal

1

Posada El Teju ⭑
Hostal
Barrio de Cara, 56

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To Santiago: 
485.60
Altitude: 
75

Not really recognizable for anything other than the golf course.

Accommodation in La Revilla

Private

1

Hostel Surf Llambres
Private
CA-131 km 29

25
10€
Casa Rural

2

Posada La Vieja Escuela ⭑⭑
Casa Rural
Barrio La Iglesia, 2

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Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Posada La Vieja Escuela ⭑⭑
3.10km → La Acebosa
To Santiago: 
482.90
Altitude: 
0

San Vicente de la Barquera is part of the Camino Lebaniego, you will see some new signs with a stylized red cross. The town itself is supported by seaside tourism and makes for a nice stopping place. It has a charming old quarter which has hosted pilgrims for centuries...

Fiesta: 

San Vicente Mártir is celebrated on the 22nd of January with a farming fair. El Carmen is celebrated on the 16th of July, it is the place to be if sardines are your thing.

The biggest celebration, that of La Folía, is held the second Sunday following Easter Sunday.

The Road: 

After crossing the estuary into San Vicente, the camino proceeds directly through the roundabout at the end of the bridge, and in so doing it doesn’t really go into town. To get to any of the services and transportation, turn right at the roundabout and then retrace your steps to leave...

Accommodation in San Vicente de la Barquera

Pension

1

Posada El Labrador ⭑⭑⭑
Pension
Faro

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2

Hospedería Las Calzadas ⭑
Pension
Camino Las Calzadas, 16

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3

Pensión El Corro
Pension
Antonio del Corro, 1

4

Hospedaje La Tapuca ⭑
Pension
Carlos V, 1
Hostal

5

Hostal Alto Santiago ⭑⭑
Hostal
Barrio las Calzadas, 9

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Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Hostal Alto Santiago ⭑⭑
Hotel

6

Hotel Azul de Galimar ⭑⭑⭑
Hotel
Camino Alto de Santiago, 11

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2.20km → Hortigal
To Santiago: 
479.80
Altitude: 
40
The Road: 

Entering Acebosa, the way isn’t entirely clear. Turn right when you get to the road and follow it all the way to Hortigal.

2.80km → Serdió
To Santiago: 
477.60
Altitude: 
80
The Road: 

At the fork at the far end of town, keep to the right and follow the road through Estrada and on to Serdío.

4.60km → Pesués
To Santiago: 
474.80
Altitude: 
120
The Road: 

Keep on the road through Serdió and be mindful that signs for the Camino Lebaniego are tempting you to leave the trail. Simply keep on the road towards Pesués, passing under the A-8 and over the Río Nansa turn left at the first house. Note: prior to...

Accommodation in Serdió

Municipal

1

Albergue de peregrinos de Serdio
Municipal
Antiguas escuelas de Serdio

16
10€
Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Albergue de peregrinos de Serdio
Pension

2

Hostería El Corralucu
Pension
El Corralucu, 15

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2.50km → Unquera
To Santiago: 
470.20
Altitude: 
45
The Road: 

From Pesués the camino follows along the tracks, avoiding the traffic along the nearby service road.

Accommodation in Pesués

Hostal

1

Hostal Baviera ⭑⭑
Hostal
Plaza de Pesués

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2.00km → Colombres
To Santiago: 
467.70
Altitude: 
5
The Road: 

Continue straight through town along the main road parallel to the railway line. At the bridge over the Río Deva, turn right and cross the river into Asturias. On the other side arrows direct you left up the second street. From here you traverse the hillside directly into Colombres...

Accommodation in Unquera

Hostal

1

Hostal Río Deva
Hostal
San Felipe Neri 10

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Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Hostal Río Deva
Hotel

2

Hotel Canal ⭑⭑
Hotel
Plaza de la Estación

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Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Hotel Canal ⭑⭑
1.30km → Peral
To Santiago: 
465.70
Altitude: 
115

Note that there is an albergue in Colombres but that in summer months it is frequently booked by student scout groups. The museum in town is excellent, if not to visit at least to walk the grounds.

History: 

The Indianos. The Museo de la Emigración in Colombres is an excellent collection in an incredible building. It captures the life of the Indianos, everyday Gallegos, Asturianos, Cantabrians, and Basques who because of their proximity to the sea were most able to emigrate from Spain to...

Accommodation in Colombres

Private

1

Albergue El Cantu
Private
Lamadrid

120
12€
Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Albergue El Cantu
9.90km → Peñacastillo
To Santiago: 
570.80
Altitude: 
10

Accommodation in Astillero

Parochial

1

Albergue de peregrinos Nuestra Señora de Muslera
Parochial
Fernández Escargaza

14
Donativo€
3.40km → Laredo
To Santiago: 
613.00
The Road: 

After Tarrueza the camino crosses back over the A-8 and at a large roundabout junction with the N-634 it leaves the busy road for a side road uphill. There is only one clear way across this large roundabout, to your right, and the road uphill is the first obvious choice. The road takes...

1.50km → Santoña
To Santiago: 
605.20
Altitude: 
5
The Road: 

Note that the distance to the center of Santoña includes the water crossing, a distance of about 600m. The ferry will deliver you to the south shores of Santoña, where you cross through the park and into the city.

1.60km → Noja
To Santiago: 
597.30
Altitude: 
5

The Noja beach begins here in Helgueras, a quiet surfers hideout.

The Road: 

When you get to the beach in Helgueras (albergue) the camino resumes across the sands and up to Noja.

Accommodation in Helgueras

Private

1

Albergue Noja Aventura
Private
Helgueras, 20

108
10€
Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Albergue Noja Aventura
4.00km → Mogro
To Santiago: 
540.40
Notice: 

At the time of writing there was talk of developing an alternative to the second half of this option, which would go from Puente Arce to Requejada without having to turn north to go to Mogro. This option would follow near the N-611 which connects Arce to ...

The Road: 

After crossing the bridge in Puente Arce the camino turns right to follow the paved CA-232 all the way to Mogro.

To Santiago: 
522.60

The city has two centers which are separated by a smattering of urban development. The only buildings in town of any historical merit are the Iglesia de El Salvador and the Palacio de Peredo.

History: 

Viveda was founded by King Alfonso I of Asturias to be a stop along the old Roman road and the Camino de Santiago. The Iglesia de El Salvador began construction as early as 878, making it almost a full century older than the one in Santillana del Mar.

The Road: 

Once over the bridge into Viveda keep to the right at the first roundabout, heading uphill. A short distance later it turns left onto the CA-340 in the direction of Camplengo. This new route is well marked and almost entirely along the road, leading you directly to the ...

Accommodation in Viveda

Hotel

1

Hotel Cueli ⭑⭑⭑
Hotel
Pte. la Barca

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