The patroness of the pueblo is Santa Ana, and the dual feasts of Santa Ana and Santa Anina are celebrated on the 26th and 27th of July.
From Queruás the camino follows farms roads towards and under the A-8, and then descends into Canero.
The accommodation listed above includes the current STATUS of reopening after the quarantine restrictions were lifted, and pertain to 2020.
The staff took good care of us when we arrived tired after walking 46km. Very clean. Absolutely wonderful staff! Highly recommended!
I can confirm that there’s a gem of an albergue here. Just 5km from Cadavedo. 20 euros. Best shower on the Camino. Everything is very nice and clean. Wonderful hospitality. Washer/dryer are 3€ each or you can hand wash and dry outside. Wi-Fi throughout the albergue. Light and plug and privacy curtains in every bed. Truly worth it. It’s called La Yalga. www.alberguelayalga.com
From December 2018 a new hostel started.
20 beds, many facilities, great hospitaliy in a quiet area along the Camino.
Including breakfast for only €20.