Soto de Luiña → 19.90 → Cadavedo → 3.70km → Villademoros

Altitude
90
To end of camino
261.90
ATM
Yes
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
Grocery
Yes
Pharmacy
Yes
Restaurant
Yes
Train
Yes

If you enjoy the architectural styling of the Asturian hórreos (also known as paneras, those squarish corn cribs on conical stilts) you will be delighted to know that there are close to 100 of them scattered around the area. The local beach is a quick walk away.

Fiesta

La Fiesta de la Regalina, replete with traditional dances and costume, is held on the last Sunday of August.

The Road

From here the camino passes Villademoros, San Cristóbal, and Queruás along back roads and paths.

Comments

michael

Traveling in a group of 4. Rented a 2 bedroom cabin/bungalow at Complejo Regalina, on trail. manager of campgrounds was very friendly and helpful. The 2 bedroom cabin/bungalow was clean. The kitchenette has 2 electric burners, pans, small refrigerator and service ware. The shower and toilet are separate. Two small grocery stores in the town, but a little pricy. 60 euro for cabin (15/person). Bar/restaurant on premises

michael

La Regalina staff are rude to pilgrims, the pilgrim menu is disgusting and a rip-off. All they care about is taking your money. They also yelled at me in the shop to leave my bag at the counter. I’m not someone who complains a lot, but after the spirit of most places I’ve been, this one is to avoid like the plague.

michael

Casa Ina is very nice. Only €15 per person. We were in upstairs twin room with balcony and nice kitchen area. Bar Casino down the road had excellent ensalada russa and pork tenderloin brochette with mushrooms.