→ 3.60 → Colunga → 5.20km → Pernús

Altitude
20
To end of camino
389.40
ATM
Yes
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
Bus Terminal
Yes
Correos
Yes
Grocery
Yes
Medical Center
Yes
Pharmacy
Yes

The Capilla de Santa Ana is all that remains of the pilgrim hospital that once stood here. The old road through town, now known as the Calle del Doctor Grande Covián was once the Calle Real. It has always been the Camino de Santiago through town.

Fiesta

The Fiestas de Nuestra Señora de Loreto is held on the second Sunday in July.

The Road

At the far end of Colunga turns left to follow the AS-258, and then quickly thereafter it turns right at a fork to follow the CL-1. It follows this paved country road all the way to Pernús, passing under A-8 at the half way point. It nears several small hamlets.

Comments

michael

Detour to the old Camino to visit bar caleya indi Great food with a variety of interesting vegan and vegetarian options. If you are walking the Camino del Norte this is worth the 30m detour or 5 euro cab ride from Colunga to stock up on nutritious deliciousness. Plus they speak English which helped me ordering.

michael

Very pilgrim friendly. Owner/staff very nice and helpful. Breakfast excellent and they gave us a picnic lunch as no cafes for 14 kms.
They offered laundry service which was just what I needed as I had been hand washing for 2 weeks!!
Lovely room with my own terrace and common garden area available to sit and relax and have a drink if you desired! Definitely recommended.

michael

There’s a cafe opposite the minymas supermarket on the main street that is to be avoided. The staff for some reason enjoy turning down their noses to pilgrims.

michael

Detour to the old Camino to visit bar caleya indi Great food with a variety of interesting vegan and vegetarian options. If you are walking the Camino del Norte this is worth the 30m detour or 5 euro cab ride from Colunga to stock up on nutritious deliciousness. Plus they speak English which helped me ordering.