→ 2.40 → Otur → 4.60km → Bao

Altitude
85
To end of camino
235.70
Bar
Yes
Train
Yes
The Road

The camino keeps to this back road through Otur. It follows a not very straight path, and its twists and turns are designed to lessen the steepness of the climb up the Monte Faro. It doesn't climb all the way to the top thankfully, just far enough to get around the nearby A-8. The descent is steeper and brings you to the N-634 once again, which descends to the bottom of the shallow river valley and to Bao.

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Don’t take the alternative way marked in the app. After the tunnel the way is full of very tall spiked bush and is very easy to get lost. Take the official route. Longer but better view

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

I don't like to leave bad reviews but what others have said is true and not sensationalized. The owner is aggressive, touches and speaks to women inappropriately and is TOO present.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Oh my god, the old man is terrible. He is very handsy with women and shouts at guests.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

One of my worst experiences.

There were no bed sheets and the place was freezing cold as the owner had all windows and doors open and we were not allowed to close them. People were asking for blankets to get warm but he did not want to provide any.

He also tried to cheat a pilgrim and charge more than the 15 euros which is still a bit much when you dont get bed sheets, blankets or breakfast.

He was very difficult to understand and a bit touchy, he also seemed aggressiv and was yelling at people.

Diffenately a place to avoid!!

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

DO NOT COME HERE. The owner is aggressive, speaks nothing but Spanish and throws things off the beds if he doesn’t like it. He takes blankets from people, shouts at guests and there are no doors on parts of the building.

If you’re on Camino and it’s been raining, you will freeze here. There is no way to get warm. He keeps opening the doors. Rarely will you find worse service and facilities. We found some blankets as it was so cold and he went around to take them off. He spoke nothing but Spanish, so grabbed people to take calls for him.