→ 3.60 → Galizano → 6.80km → Loredo

Altitude
20
To end of camino
575.70
ATM
Yes
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
Grocery
Yes
Medical Center
Yes

Now that the business of training retablists and bell makers has gone out of fashion, Galizano has turned to tourism to supplement the cattle farming and dairy industry that otherwise keeps the town on the map. The Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción stands at the center of town.

Fiesta

May: San Isidro Labrador on the 15th, with a large fair celebrating farming.
July: San Pantaleón on the 27th, including a romería to the ermita in his name.
August: Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, patroness of the city, on the 14th and 15th. San Roque on the 16th.

The Road

The camino splits again in Galizano. One option is to return to the main road and follow it all the way into Somo. The quieter option is to pass through town and continue north to the sea to follow a coastal route which enters Somo at the edge of the Loredo beach.

Comments

michael

The coastal path is absolutely breathtaking - don’t miss it! Lots of untouched beaches and also a great new hostel called Wayve Hostel which has great views and hosts.

michael

Only 13 km and beautiful. Well worth it

michael

The coastal path is absolutely breathtaking - don’t miss it! Lots of untouched beaches and also a great new hostel called Wayve Hostel which has great views and hosts.