→ 5.20 → Itziar → 3.80km → Deba

Altitude
260
To end of camino
769.70
ATM
Yes
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
Grocery
Yes
History

The name Itziar, and a few derivations of it, is a popular name given to Basque women. Its origin goes back to the 8th century when a temple was built in reverence to Santa Maria de Itziar. Her statue remains here, and is venerated as much by sailors as by pilgrims.

The Road

From Itziar the camino turns north to return to the sea at Deba. Past the church turn right at the first fork and follow the country lane. You won’t notice any more highways as you wind your way towards Deba, but they are none-the-less tunneling beneath you.

Comments

michael

Nothing here and casarural is actually out of town. Not even place to fill water

michael

Nothing here and casarural is actually out of town. Not even place to fill water