Description and Notice

Undergoing some ownership changes, the albergue is now operated by a local surf school. Wonderful old building located directly on the beach.

NOTE: With the changes taking place some pilgrims have reported that the albergue has raised its prices. This might be seasonal based on the surf school but keep in mind that the next albergue is in 3.5km in case you wish to continue walking.

Reservations accepted
Yes
Contact Info
Private

Ricardo Cangas
33560 Asturias
Spain

Landline
+34 985 861 105
Practical Info
Months open
ALL YEAR
Open
8:00
Close
24:00
Total Beds
50
Price
21
Kitchen
Microwave
Yes
Facilities
Dining room
Yes
Lounge
Yes
Terrace
Yes
Laundry
Clothesline
Yes
Wash basin
Yes
Washer
Yes
Services
Bike storage
Yes
Internet
Yes

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

In the end I had to walk around 55km because all the albergues were either closed or full. I decided to leave the Norte because I'm sick of the lack of facility
Its all business. The hospitelera from the albergue, where it was full, offered no help and didnt know the albergue in Ribedesella was closed. The people running the albergues, for the most part on the Norte seem to know nothing about the camino. After 15 caminos I am qualified to comment. The camino has turned into an all inclusive holiday package rather than a test of wits and contemplative journey. I'm done....

michael

Achtung dies ist keine Alberque!!!Übernachtung kostet mindestens 24 €. Nächste Alberque ist in 3,5 km.

michael

Well, appears it’s not an albergue anymore. No pilgrims are welcome here. Don’t waist your time.

michael

You can’t beat the location. Pilgrims ARE still welcome here though, it seems like they’re more about having surf students stay there. The owner (or guy who runs the place) is really nice. Beds are comfortable. It’s also really close to the AMAZING Tito Bustillo cave with 30,000 year old cave art. You can still visit the cave though you may need to reserve a spot days in advance. One of the highlights of my Camino.

michael

I've tried to phone them a few times but no answer. Upon arrival the place put out a sign saying 'no vacancy', yet there was nobody there. Later in the evening there were no lights on, no noises. A cafe waiter a bit further down the road told me they were closed for the moment. Seems like z surfer place, so they might wait for surf season to open in order to host pilgrims.